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無論是客運 ah 是台鐵,góa 一看着相關新聞 tō 想講:是 ánchóaⁿ,lín lóng 無按算 beh ke chhiàⁿ 寡人 nih?
(不管是客運或台鐵,我一看到相關新聞就在想:是怎樣,你們都沒打算要多聘一些人就對了啦?)
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「台鐵工會今也表示,台鐵人力短缺,雖已向交通部爭取增加人力和增加員額,但8月的新制讓增額緩不濟急,將向台鐵提出8月起減班,要求砍掉紅眼列車或蚊子列車。」

是囉~一旦休假正常化,過去員工人數不足以致於要血汗工時的狀況就立刻曝光了~
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勞動部廢止「例假可挪移」函釋,8月起禁止員工連上7天班,引發客運業者跳腳
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聘僱人數,除與營運成本有關外,更與績效有關,特別是人力單位的績效。故其寧可少聘多用或開約外聘也不再招正職。..

我公司就一例子,目前得知的政策是即使開新線調動或調整權責範圍但暫不補人。..
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The concept is genius.
 
Rugged ATV with Airless Tires is Virtually Indestructible| Interesting Engineering

'... The engineers who designed this off-road machine have taken a lot of aspects into consideration. The steering axis is placed along the neutral center of the wheels which reduces kickback from rugged terrain. An integrated ascent and descent monitoring system regulates the speed of the ATV and increased handling ability for the rider.

The specialized airless tires have been tested through some of the most intense damage. They are rated to travel more than 1000 miles with a railroad spike driven through them. When shot with an M4 or AK47, they are also capable of traveling more than 1000 miles. If your ATV wheel happens to take a direct hit from a .50 caliber rifle, it can keep on trekking for another 350 miles. While the civilians that buy this likely will never see this kind of opposition, it is reassuring to know your machine can take it.
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http://interestingengineering.com/rugged-atv-airless-tires-virtually-indestructible/
Featuring airless tires that can withstand shots from a .50 caliber rifle, this ATV is the most awesome personal off-road vehicle you can own.
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"Thus, a machine could potentially pass the Turing test simply by remaining silent."
 
>“However, what about in the theoretical case when the machine takes the fifth amendment: No person shall be held to answer?”

“If a machine were to ‘take the fifth amendment’ – that is, exercise the right to remain silent throughout the test – it could, potentially, pass the test and thus be regarded as a thinking entity,” the scientists said.

// Uhh.....

http://www.sci-news.com/othersciences/computerscience/major-flaw-turing-test-04000.html
A serious problem in the Turing test -- a test posited by the famed British mathematician and computer scientist Alan Turing which, if passed, would prove that machines could think -- is exposed in a new study.
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First scheduled airmail flight flown by an autogyro.
 
This Day in Aviation History
July 5th, 1939
First scheduled airmail flight flown by an autogyro.

In 1939 the Post Office Department advertised for bids to fly airmail by autogyro from Philadelphia's 30th Street Post Office roof to Camden, New Jersey's Central Airport. The Post Office roof was ten stories high and about a city block square.

Eastern Airlines was the successful bidder at $3.86 per mile. The distance was 6 miles. Five round trips a day were flown six days a week. Kellett was selected as the builder of the autogyro which was basically the same as the KD-1A except that a mail pit replaced the front cockpit. An enclosure covered the rear cockpit. All details of construction were the same as the KD-1A. A very high percentage of scheduled flights were completed. The pilot was Kellett's test pilot, John M. Miller. By act of Congress, all civil air regulations were waived and the operation left to Miller's discretion. The first scheduled flight was July 5, 1939 and the last flight, July 4, 1940. Three hundred pounds of mail could be carried per flight....

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Aviastar, Kellett KD-1B: http://gstv.us/29uRhjV

YouTube, The First Air Mail Flight from the roof of the Post Office @ 30th Street in Phila PA to Camden NJ.: http://gstv.us/29uR0gF

If you enjoy the "This Day in Aviation History" collection, you may enjoy some of these other collections from Gazing Skyward TV: http://gstv.us/GSTVcollections
 
Photo from: http://gstv.us/29uRXFM
 
#avgeek #Airmail #Delivery #autogyro #Kellett #KD1B #NewJersey #USA #aviation #history #fb
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各、位、觀、眾!

+Licheng Hsu 的「城市風景」!!

城市風景 City Views 2014,Google Drive 下載 PDF 檔
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B9w7QPcPunsTX1lTYzhYVmFnMGs/view?usp=sharing

城市風景 City Views 2014 - ISSUU 線上閱覽
https://issuu.com/lichenghsu/docs/_____________city_views_2014

(沒看過的快點進去看,不會後悔的;如果會後悔,就是後悔沒有早一點看到~)
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我把 2014 年的一個拍攝主題「城市風景」,挑出部份相片,集結成冊。

城市風景 City Views 2014,Google Drive 下載 PDF 檔
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B9w7QPcPunsTX1lTYzhYVmFnMGs/view?usp=sharing

城市風景 City Views 2014 - ISSUU 線上閱覽
https://issuu.com/lichenghsu/docs/_____________city_views_2014
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好東西要讓多點人知道~
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囝仔,應該感覺 kiàⁿsiàu ê 人 m̄ 是汝,是 kā 汝 ê 嘴舌拔掉 ê 中華民國。
(孩子,應該覺得丟臉的人不是你,是把你的舌頭拔掉的中華民國。)

#你掉落的語言又是什麼  
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I really love this kind of configuration.
 
This Day in Aviation History
July 7th, 1946
First flight of the Hughes XF-11.
 
The Hughes XF-11 was a prototype military reconnaissance aircraft, designed and flown by Howard Hughes for the United States Army Air Forces. Although 100 F-11s were ordered in 1943, only two prototypes and a mockup were completed. During the first XF-11 flight in 1946, Howard Hughes crashed the aircraft in Beverly Hills, California. The production aircraft had been cancelled in May 1945, but the second prototype was completed and successfully flown in 1947. The program was extremely controversial from the beginning, leading the U.S. Senate to investigate the F-11 and the Hughes H-4 Hercules flying boat in 1947–1948....
 
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Wikipedia, Hughes XF-11: http://gstv.us/1ClDUhV
 
YouTube, Hughes XF-11 military aircraft flying over California, in various configurations: http://gstv.us/1ClEmgl
 
If you enjoy the "This Day in Aviation History" collection, you may enjoy some of these other collections from Gazing Skyward TV: http://gstv.us/GSTVcollections
 
Photo from: http://gstv.us/1ClEr3v
 
#avgeek #Hughes #XF11 #warbird #ww2 #military #experimental #USA #aviation #history #fb
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WANT TO BUY A DRONE? DON’T KNOW WHERE TO START? IF YOU’RE LOOKING FOR THE BEST DRONES FOR SALE, YOU’VE COME TO THE RIGHT PLACE.
Are you looking for a camera drone, racing drone, or just more information about drones? Our July 2016 drones for sale guide has the answers.
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Big guy!
 
This Day in Aviation History
June 30th, 1968
First flight of the Lockheed C-5 Galaxy.
 
The Lockheed C-5 Galaxy is a large military transport aircraft originally designed and built by Lockheed, and now maintained and upgraded by its successor, Lockheed Martin. It provides the United States Air Force (USAF) with a heavy intercontinental-range strategic airlift capability, one that can carry outsize and oversize loads, including all air-certifiable cargo. The Galaxy has many similarities to its smaller Lockheed C-141 Starlifter predecessor, and the later Boeing C-17 Globemaster III. The C-5 is among the largest military aircraft in the world.
 
The C-5 Galaxy had a complicated development; significant cost overruns were experienced and Lockheed suffered significant financial difficulties. Shortly after entering service, fractures in the wings of many aircraft were discovered and the C-5 fleet was restricted in capability until corrective work was performed. The C-5M Super Galaxy is an upgraded version with new engines and modernized avionics designed to extend its service life beyond 2040.
 
The C-5 Galaxy has been operated by USAF since 1969. In that time, it has been used to support US military operations in all major conflicts including Vietnam, Iraq, Yugoslavia and Afghanistan; as well as in support of allies, such as Israel during the Yom Kippur War and NATO operations in the Gulf War. The C-5 has also been used to distribute humanitarian aid and disaster relief, and supported the US Space Shuttle program run by NASA.....
 
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Wikipedia, Lockheed C-5 Galaxy: http://gstv.us/1U2hrfj
 
YouTube, The Largest Aircraft in The U.S. Military: http://gstv.us/29qCEy2
 
If you enjoy the "This Day in Aviation History" collection, you may enjoy some of these other collections from Gazing Skyward TV: http://gstv.us/GSTVcollections
 
Photo from: http://gstv.us/29qDzhO
 
#avgeek #Lockheed #C5 #Galaxy #military #transport #aircraft #USA #aviation #history #fb
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The new rules clarify the definition of “model aircraft” as distinct from drones (or unmanned aircraft systems), but each still have the same registration requirements they did before.
The FAA’s rules for flying unmanned aircraft systems have just been updated with new rules for commercial flights. They also finalize a few things for hobbyists, so if you own a drone, you may want to check in on the changes.
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I love comic, programming, and reading.
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I am an engineer of itri.org.tw. Although my major works were about UAV when I was in school, I am now working on HCI (human-computer interface/interaction), especially on the vision based applications.

My hobbies include flying R/C helicopters, viewing and drawing comic, keeping fishes, reading novels, ..., and the list are growing. :-p

Programming is another interesting thing to me. Python is my favorite. I always appreciate the contributors who devote to open source software and tools.
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