It's not acceptable for a CEO or other executive to claim they are honoring
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In my dream, I set up a lot of stuff on my coprp desktop but I was not really used yet when I was let go for speaking out too much. (annoying to execs, not violations). I was trying to figure out how to clean it off before leaving so as to not have a security risk for the execs, but I didn't want to leave people hanging by removing things that no one else had. I was fighting myself over whether to just wipe the system, which would be the easiest way out, but would be a hardship for those who were left. The thing is, no one else would know the hardship even existed. My other option was to save info for when people called me later in the year for help, but even though it would be secure, it would be questionable to have done so. Amazingly, I was not frustrated, just indecisive. Also disappointed in the exec.
Other dream, I remember individually placing hundreds of MineCraft blocks, but not why. This is odd because I really don't play. IRL, my builds always got destroyed, repeatedly, so I gave up many months ago.
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Searching the iOS 5 map now pulls up sponsored links which often overlay what I am actually looking for.
I understand doing this on the free download app, but the old OS version should not do this.
I guess I should update... The TomTom iOS6 version has been pretty good for me other than missing some 6-month construction in 2 places, and searching sub-city regions works better for me.
On the flip side, TomTom regular data quality went downhill after version 9.
Other issues with Google have been their recent SSL policy changes (December 2012?), summary judgement to cancel my adwords account (2011?), automatic downloading of my ipad pics after Plus app update (2013), calendar monopoly without authenticated interop, and overall data monopoly while being advert driven rather than privacy/service driven.
update 2013-03-03: Also, Google apps suspended and locked Max's account because he tried to sign up for Google+ and put in his age (under 13). There was no prior warning in apps when I enabled the slider. I only ,a href="http://support.google.com/a/bin/
In the details of The google page, it says that I can go into the apps administrator and correct his DoB. So I go there, and the options mentioned are not listed.
On the accounts page, where it's whining about his age, the terms link says that a parent can authenticate for a minor to have the account unlocked. So I fill out the form, and it fails because his account is locked for being under 13.
Ultimately, just as I was about to move the domain off of apps (since his teachers email him), Max REALLY wanted to stick with a Google based account, mostly for Chrome sync. I was able to rename his old account, delete the aliases, and create a new account under the old name. I had a backup of all of his received mail to date (but none of his sent mail). I uploaded that into his new All Mail folder. He will recreate his contacts, which seem to not have been sync'd to his iPod.
I really wish you would publish revovery procedures for the missed step of WHATEVERTHEFUCKYOUDO,DO NOT EVER CONFIGURE NODE TWO BEFORE THE REPOSITORY IS CREATED IN NODE ONE!!!!!
Same thing with DO NOT CD INTO /MNT/FS* WHILE THE REPO FORMATS BECAUSE THERE ARE UNMOUNT AND REMOUNT COMMANDS WHICH FAIL UNRECOVERABLY AT THE VERY END OF A VERY LONG PROCESS.
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Many experts agree that implementation of any procedure as an SOP is most effective if:This is derived from SAFO08021 - with "operator" changed to "employer", "crewmember" changed to "employee", and "check airmen" changed to "senior employees". More evidence that pilot training applies to more than just piloting.
* The procedure is appropriate to the situation.
* The procedure is practical to use.
* Employees understand the reasons for the procedure.
* Employees duties are clearly delineated.
* Effective training is conducted.
* The attitudes shown by instructors, senior employees, and managers all reinforce the need for the procedure.
Each employer should avoid a “double standard” between SOP as trained and as operated in routine practice.