Yeah same thing happened to me, I get the Sunday times and got a new Credit card number and figure they canceled me when my auto bill didn't work. Too bad I was hopping for 50% off.
um, Elk Creek is south east of Lincoln. It's only 20 miles north of Kansas and about 30 east of Iowa http://maps.google.com/maps?q=elk+creek+nebraska&hl=en&ll=40.287907,-96.127625&spn=1.627857,2.307129&gl=us&z=9
Correction the rig was owned by TransOcean who was contracted by BP to do the drilling and most of the employees on the rig were TransOcean employees
BP didn't make the workers sign anything it was Transocean the owner of the Rig. http://tpmmuckraker.talkingpointsmemo.com/2010/05/oil_spill_company_to_workers_sign_on_the_dotted_li.php BP only had few employees on the rig and the vast majority where Transocean employees. Additionally BP also hasn't actually released any numbers on spillage since right at the beginning. BP's position is that we don't know how much oil was leaking. It was the Coast Guard who as been changing estimates based upon the Government's flow rate committee.
I like this approach and how you present your XSDs on the website. I have worked on a standard for health and human services data, but even with the standards some vendors just send empty strings instead of attempting actually transform their data to the standards. Thus leading to valid but less than useful XML. I know we could tighten down the XSD, but then we don't get enough vendor participation. Its a sticky thing to balance.