Even with windows you can run rsync if you install Cygwin and it's sshd.
If you can put the second machine in a distant room (garden shed, detached garage) that's unlikely to go up in the fire, that's better.
Gregory Peck's role in 12 O'Clock High is also a good example of effective management.
Leadership, on the other hand is much over-rated.
Only if one believes in the mission above all else, including personal sanity. That's a pretty doubled edged example, there, Mr. Conspiracy! (Which is why it's a great story and film.) And I think most people would rate it as leadership first, management second. It's the General above Savage who is doing the managing.
I've got no problem re-using engines, artwork, characters or anything else in games, as long as the narrative and situations are interesting.
Alas, most prop planes are turboprops these days, so they have the same problems. The size of plane that has actual piston engines would need 50 flights just to get one jetliner worth of people home.
They also require a different fuel that probably isn't available at the large airports that are prepared for large numbers of passengers milling around.
“I reject the notion by the left of a constitutional separation of church and state,” said David Bradley, a conservative from Beaumont who works in real estate. “I have $1,000 for the charity of your choice if you can find it in the Constitution.”
He is probably pulling the "amendments aren't part of the constitution" gambit, by which the validity of the Equal Protection clause and the Income Tax is also "refuted." -dB
I was on Basic from 1986 to 1993, and it was the most meaningful years of my life.
Were, by chance, those also the years you discovered sex?
I will pull my own through walls and punch down jack panels, but crimping RJ45s is a loser.
Too many people are thinking of security instead of opportunity. They seem more afraid of life than death. -- James F. Byrnes