At some point you or management will want to know what kind of amperage or wattage the system use so a clamp on amp meter and short extension cord with the bundle insulation removed will give you access to the each insulated wire to check power usage.with your new clamp on amp meter
I turned 50 last month and I track pretty much the way the OP has. All of my previous management experiences where no good from my POV but others have told me it was okay. I differ from him in that I don't feel to old, in fact I am ready to try my hand at managing again, I am just waiting for the right small opportunity to open up. My motto as far as this goes is you are only to old when you are dead.
Yes Java and PHP run the same on Linux as they do on Window
Hugh Pickens writes "Blake Snow writes that according to one expert, 90% of players who start a game will never see the end of it and it's not just dull games that go unfinished. Only 10% of avid gamers completed last year's critically acclaimed Red Dead Redemption, according to Raptr, which tracks more than 23 million gaming sessions. 'What I've been told as a blanket expectation is that 90% of players who start your game will never see the end of it unless they watch a clip on YouTube,' says Keith Fuller, a longtime production contractor for Activision. The bottom line is people have less time to play games than they did before, they have more options than ever, and they're more inclined to play quick-hit multiplayer modes, even at the expense of 100-hour epics. 'They're lucky to find the time to beat a 10-hour game once or twice a month,' says Fuller of the average-age gamer. 'They don't feel cheated about shorter games and will just play a longer game for as many hours as their schedule allows before moving on to another title.' Even avid gamers are already warming to the idea of shorter games. 'Make a game worth my time and money, and I'll be happy,' says Casey Willis. 'After all, 10 hours of awesome is better than 20 hours of boring.'"
Is this thing working
a3buster writes "This clock does not actually have a man inside, but a flatscreen that plays a 24-hour loop of this video by the artist watching his own clock somewhere and painstakingly erasing and re-writing each minute. This video was taken at Design Miami during Art Basel Miami Beach 2009."
Bro, there is only Korean and North Korea