Actually, I got rid of my chair at work, and love it.
We use dells at work. 95% of the time there is a problem it's a failed hardrive. In that case they ship us the harddrive and we put it in ourselves. It hasalways been there the next day
In the case of a motherboard, which has happened a few times, they send the tech out. One time they weren't there the next day, but there was a huge snowstorm that day, so that may have been a factor.
I find it makes a huge difference if you turn your WiFi off, if you have that option
My grandma used to get me really ugly clothes for my birthdays. I don't feel too bad for a kid who can't get a concert ticket anymore
If something came across that doubled my salary, I'd be off like a shot and do it. I mean, really...if anyone here was independently wealthy, who would ever work again? Certainly not I.
I would. I work at a library and I can see the positive impact we are having on the community. Also, my co-workers are great, so it's nice to see them. If I one the lottery, I would continue to work..I would just come in a lot later!
I have the same issue. I went to the Dr, who sent me to a cardiologist. They hooked me up with a holter monitor to see what was happening over an extended period of time.
The conclusion was I was fine. They told me there is an amount of times your heart can skip, and you are still ok, and I was within spec.
I would still recommend going to a Dr about it. You could have a different issue, and maybe there is something they can do.
My problem went away when I quit exercising as much. I used to really push myself, but now I watch my heart rate, and don't let it go too high for too long.
I know a lot of teachers. Almost none of them spend a significant amount of time in the summer doing lesson plans. There is a good reason for this, though. The school board has a tendency to "bump" you from your job. So, you go into September thinking you are teaching grade 2, and surprise! you are teaching grade 4 now!
The ones I do know do spend a significant amount of time after school and on weekends doing lesson plans and marking.
The site is slashdotted now, so I can't say..
But if you drive a TDI (turbocharged direct injection) you wouldn't say it's gutless at all. It has lots of low end torque for a fuel efficient 4 cylinder.
It's the best part for you,not for everyone. Lots of people would rather spend their time doing other things then travelling.
Well but the problem is... it's iTunes.
While iTunes might not be something you want to use, it was the topic of the article.