Re: Chain Printer
300 lpm Drum Printers could also be rather aggressive.
32 posts • joined 6 Dec 2010
I'd agree and suggest that as 'the coordinator' he should have suggested, 'let's have a meeting with the team doing the electrical work and get their take on the situation'.
In answering that question with a guess, he took entire responsibility.
And besides, Rule #1 in his job is; hope for the best, plan for the worst.
Never forget when the company I used to work for wanted to offer an 'International Site'. They got someone or some company to translate a page to German, for review. The page was sent to a German colleague, with a request for comments.
His one and only comment was, 'Get another translator.'
Who thinks Windows 8 is just fine?
Installed it the day of release, tried to use Metro for a few minutes and installed Start8 and set it to 'Boot to desktop' and haven't looked back.
Most of the h8 that I read everywhere just confuses me and makes me believe they have not even tried it.
"Over 50% of polled Americans disagree with Obamacare..."
If this is in fact true, why is it that when 90% of Americans were polled indicated that they were in favor of Universal Gun Registration nothing was changed? I suppose that that was politically expedient.
I believe over half of that 50% you referred to said they would not want a Government Shutdown to make the point.
The US Congress passed ACA in to law and the president signed it and it was ruled Constitutional by the Supreme Court . If they now want to change the law, then change it, but don't close down the government just because now you don't like.
Congrats on what appeared to be a successful test.
I keep checking for your rundown and analysis, knowing full well that it will take time to compile all of the data and photos to present a great recap of the day.
Although, I watched I don't believe we were made privy to 'did the launch system work.
This pint's for the team.
I totally agree. The first thing I did was click the given link and then the 'Find...dealer' tab and was presented with 15.
Either loan has poor web-page skills, or is looking for suggestions for a backup to the Drobo and didn't want ask directly, or loan is marketing the Sony product.
Chester Wisniewski is entirely incorrect in his comparison.
First, a loyalty card is 'opt in'. It is not forced on you, just to enter the store.
Second, it is 'opt out' every time you make a purchase as you can opt not to use it, on a per visit basis.
As well, a loyalty card does not track where someone goes after they have used it when making a purchase.
People want the choice to decide for themselves.
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