assuming the issue is really the tools are lost and not "lost" (i.e. taken home), a simple scale that weights the whole box would be way easier to implement and more robust -> one button to "take measurement" before starting work, one to "check" when on the way out, will tell you "something is missing", "everything cool" or actually "you packed half of your customers tools as well".
no problems in my country, but you know, we are commie EU and stuff
"In a Self-Driving Future, We May Not Even Want To Own Cars"
the trolls win, and by that everyone else loses
if they dont supply me with gbit, someone else will. their loss.
For heating, a stove is great, both when it comes to any supposed outages (also of electricity) as well as making for really cosy living. Also wood is pretty cheap and a renewable energy source.
Depends on if you are more afraid of a power outage or gas crysis
have a browser teared towards power-users again, like Opera 12 was. Srsly, why can't any other browser (including Op 15+) get stuff like tab-handling or simple usability features right?
DST is not really an idea which I condone. Rather get up an hour early if you want that extra hour of sun you lazy bastard!
PS: and also obviously there are self-winding mechanical clocks which work by converting the movement of your hand into energy -> never ever need to wind those.
this is actually also wrong for mechanical watches, as they take a constant amount of energy. So no matter how many times you look at the watch and do other things, you can be sure you don't have to rewind outside of your usual schedule (which is normally once in the morning, and takes no 30 seconds, and you don't even have to take off the device). So Apple's Watch is even a step back from mechanical watches.
people living next to an active volcano have to evacuate here and there... would have never guessed that.
and you totally didn't ever have to read any man-pages to get what the bash script does
Lead developer of a product that competes with another product says: "mine is better". The only newsworthy thing would have been if he would have said the opposite.
actually I need some of them tomorrow, because some delivery guys will put up my sleeping room and then directly cash the remaining money (and no, thats not even some funky semi-legal business, just the way its done here).
read about and _understand_ his work!
a) its the awesome part anyhow
b) considering his seemingly unending love for advances science, it would be only logical to conclude he would prefer people learning about his work than about "himself" (as in: cheap talk).