It isn't free, but Path Finder is the cat's meow for GUI file management on OS X:
There are no BART lines in the western part of SF (Sunset, Richmond, etc.), so taking BART from the Sunset to Moscone is not possible.
Among others, the people from SF who live in SF care about SF.
How about your kid's teacher or coach who may have been living here for generations and have all their family here? Nope, they don't deserve to live here more than an "techie" transplant.
They don't stop renting it and decide to live in it; they take it off the rental market and turn it into an Airbnb "hotel" or wait a few months till the renters are long gone (not around to verify the owners moved in) and then put it back on the market at 3x the cost.
This is a common occurrence here in SF.
I was in the Navy at the time and had just finished briefing for a late AM flight and was getting ready to go start the aircraft pre-flight checks when the news of the explosion came on the ready room TV.
I kept thinking, "at least it was quick." It was only later the world learned they didn't die instantaneously.
Yes, and Webvan was great!
This could be entertaining. While the U.S. is using trampolines to get astronauts to the ISS; Russia can use a catapult to get supplies to it.
Texts conjure up the expectancy of immediate/near immediate response. All too often the question doesn't merit that. I would rather not have my cell phone be a conduit for what you think is important...but isn't.
Secondly, many of us prefer to reserve texting for friends/family/work urgencies...not for sundry office dialog. Email is my preferred method for work communications. If the situation is complex enough where an email dialog would take much longer than a voice conversation...then call.
Some people are just too lazy to write a coherent email and insist on poorly written unimportant texts. Non important texts get ignored. Repeat senders of non-urgent work texts get blocked.
I got more skills useful for later computer tasks HS in typing classes during the late 70's/early 80's than I did any computer class. Not that there was much in the way of computer classes offered.
Until submarines stop emitting sounds in the water (to be picked up by sonobuoys) and have the ability to not reflect any sound when hit with an active sonar pulse...they are findable. Of course, finding them before they do their damage is the hard part.
Good luck with evading two (to leapfrog) ASW helos using active sonar once they have contact on you.
Sure it's possible. However, in a hostile situation there will definitely be friendly fast attack subs very very close by. Then there's the S-3 ASW squadron doing it's thing a 20-300 mile radius from the carrier, followed by the SH-60 ASW squadron handling the 0-20 mile radius.
A sub may still get through or close enough to fire surface to surface or sub-surface to surface missile or even close enough to launch a few torps...but she won't be able to just waltz in there.
Beware of the Turing Tar-pit in which everything is possible but nothing of interest is easy.