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This kind of links to the earlier post about the Tories not being the party of business any more. While the UK hasn't fallen into a recession (yet) after the Brexit vote the reason for that is that the lack of investment in new technologies and the lack of training in new skills and technologies has been compensated by simply hiring more people (funnily from abroad). Now the Brexiteers will ignore the lack of investment but claim the increased employment shows how strong Britain is. Except, it isn't. People can be fired comparably easy. Investments in expensive machine sit on your balance sheet and hurt your P&L for a long time. Hence companies in an uncertain environment will rather hire more people than invest in technology. The remaining employees after the big let-offs not trained in new technologies will hurt your competitiveness and productivity for years to come. Good luck with trying to be a global and buccaneering Britain in a cut throat world market.....

Migrant labour has saved Britain from a post-referendum recession | Business | The Guardian

#Brexit #UK #EU #politics #business #competitiveness #investment #training #education #partyofbusiness
 

VR training: How nuclear plants are simulating control rooms - TechHQ


#VR #training #simulation #Nukular
VR is allowing nuclear plants to simulate control rooms
 

How to Train a Dog with JavaScript - webrtcHacks


This is actually a funny thing ;)
Automatically send an alert when the dog is on the couch and create a WebRTC session to get him down from the couch vocally.

#dogs #training #humor #programming
How to Train a Dog with JavaScript
 

Stray Dog Joins Climbers On Dangerous Trek, Gets to the Top with Them, Sets Dog World Record


Bild/Foto

#Dogs are still cool.

New York Post:

A #stray-dog tagged along with a team of #mountaineers, following them up to the top of the 23,389-foot #peak in #Nepal’s #Himalayas – a first in the #canine world.

#Mera, a 45-pound Nepalese #mutt thought to be a cross between a #Tibetan #mastiff and a #Himalayan #sheepdog, became the #first #dog ever to reach the #summit of #Baruntse on Nov. 9 last year, according to Outside magazine.

#BilliBierling of the Himalayan Database, an organization that #documents climbing #expeditions in Nepal, told the #magazine that #Mera’s feat could be the #highest-recorded #elevation ever reached by a #dog anywhere in the #world.

“I am not aware of a dog actually summiting an expedition peak in Nepal,” Bierling said.
Mera didn’t have any #training to prepare her for the expedition, but that didn’t stop her from tagging along to #keep her new #friends #safe.


The four-legged #climber had joined a team led by #mountain #guide #DonWargowsky of #Seattle on the tenth day of their strenuous month-long #expedition to the peak.

The mountaineers were descending from a successful summit of #MeraPeak when the #dog – who they had seen a few days earlier – decided to join them at 17,500 feet.

At first it seemed like the expedition members only tolerated #Mera because of #Wargowsky’s taking to her, but the #pooch quickly #impressed the team with her impressive #climbing #skills, according to the mag.

“They’d never seen anything like this happen. They said she was a special dog, that she brought #luck to the expedition,” Wargowsky told the outlet. “Some even thought she was #blessed.”

At one point, however, Wargowsky said Mera spent two nights at one camp out in the open, alone on the #glacier in the #bitter #cold.

“I was certain she was going to die up there,” he said.

But the dog #prevailed, and trailed along with the team as they worked their way up to 22,500-feet before going back to the base camp.

“Imagine that instead of crampons, you have claws,” Wargowsky said. “Her feet were bloodied. She had busted knuckles and broken toenails. It was hard to see.”

During the trek, Wargowsky had tied Mera up at camp so she couldn’t follow them back up the mountain, but the canine chewed through the #rope, catching up with the team less than a half-hour later.

“She just tucked in right behind me,” Wargowsky told the magazine. “And it’s not like I could leave the clients to take her back, so it meant she was going with us.”

There was a close call along the way.

Mera was ahead of Wargowsky when she started to #slip, and a quick-thinking Wargowsky #hung onto a fixed line on the #mountain with one hand and #grabbed #Mera with the other as he #prevented her from #falling 600-feet, according to the magazine.

But that didn’t stop the dog from continuing on with the team.
Nothing will really stop dogs from continuing on with us.

Our #relationship with them may not look very necessary today, but it certainly was #necessary in the #past. #Dogs would keep #guard at #night and let us know if another tribe was about to #attack, they’d detect #intruders, they’d help us #hunt, and they’d even help us #fight.

They #served us well, and we should #return the #favor by #treating them #fairly now that most of their services are no longer required by most people.

You never now when you may need them again.

The #comfort of #modernity may not last forever.




If you have a #canine #companion close to you, maybe #pet them for a bit while you tell them the #tale of #Mera setting a dog #world-record.

Or better yet, #high-five them.




https://dailystormer.name/stray-dog-joins-climbers-on-dangerous-trek-gets-to-the-top-with-them-sets-dog-world-record/

#Dogs #Dog #Doggos #Pupper #BraveMera #Mera-the-Mountaineer #dog-world-record #animal #animals #animal-friend
Stray Dog Joins Climbers On Dangerous Trek, Gets to the Top with Them, Sets Dog World Record
 

Stray Dog Joins Climbers On Dangerous Trek, Gets to the Top with Them, Sets Dog World Record


Bild/Foto

#Dogs are still cool.

New York Post:

A #stray-dog tagged along with a team of #mountaineers, following them up to the top of the 23,389-foot #peak in #Nepal’s #Himalayas – a first in the #canine world.

#Mera, a 45-pound Nepalese #mutt thought to be a cross between a #Tibetan #mastiff and a #Himalayan #sheepdog, became the #first #dog ever to reach the #summit of #Baruntse on Nov. 9 last year, according to Outside magazine.

#BilliBierling of the Himalayan Database, an organization that #documents climbing #expeditions in Nepal, told the #magazine that #Mera’s feat could be the #highest-recorded #elevation ever reached by a #dog anywhere in the #world.

“I am not aware of a dog actually summiting an expedition peak in Nepal,” Bierling said.
Mera didn’t have any #training to prepare her for the expedition, but that didn’t stop her from tagging along to #keep her new #friends #safe.


The four-legged #climber had joined a team led by #mountain #guide #DonWargowsky of #Seattle on the tenth day of their strenuous month-long #expedition to the peak.

The mountaineers were descending from a successful summit of #MeraPeak when the #dog – who they had seen a few days earlier – decided to join them at 17,500 feet.

At first it seemed like the expedition members only tolerated #Mera because of #Wargowsky’s taking to her, but the #pooch quickly #impressed the team with her impressive #climbing #skills, according to the mag.

“They’d never seen anything like this happen. They said she was a special dog, that she brought #luck to the expedition,” Wargowsky told the outlet. “Some even thought she was #blessed.”

At one point, however, Wargowsky said Mera spent two nights at one camp out in the open, alone on the #glacier in the #bitter #cold.

“I was certain she was going to die up there,” he said.

But the dog #prevailed, and trailed along with the team as they worked their way up to 22,500-feet before going back to the base camp.

“Imagine that instead of crampons, you have claws,” Wargowsky said. “Her feet were bloodied. She had busted knuckles and broken toenails. It was hard to see.”

During the trek, Wargowsky had tied Mera up at camp so she couldn’t follow them back up the mountain, but the canine chewed through the #rope, catching up with the team less than a half-hour later.

“She just tucked in right behind me,” Wargowsky told the magazine. “And it’s not like I could leave the clients to take her back, so it meant she was going with us.”

There was a close call along the way.

Mera was ahead of Wargowsky when she started to #slip, and a quick-thinking Wargowsky #hung onto a fixed line on the #mountain with one hand and #grabbed #Mera with the other as he #prevented her from #falling 600-feet, according to the magazine.

But that didn’t stop the dog from continuing on with the team.
Nothing will really stop dogs from continuing on with us.

Our #relationship with them may not look very necessary today, but it certainly was #necessary in the #past. #Dogs would keep #guard at #night and let us know if another tribe was about to #attack, they’d detect #intruders, they’d help us #hunt, and they’d even help us #fight.

They #served us well, and we should #return the #favor by #treating them #fairly now that most of their services are no longer required by most people.

You never now when you may need them again.

The #comfort of #modernity may not last forever.




If you have a #canine #companion close to you, maybe #pet them for a bit while you tell them the #tale of #Mera setting a dog #world-record.

Or better yet, #high-five them.




https://dailystormer.name/stray-dog-joins-climbers-on-dangerous-trek-gets-to-the-top-with-them-sets-dog-world-record/

#Dogs #Dog #Doggos #Pupper #BraveMera #Mera-the-Mountaineer #dog-world-record #animal #animals #animal-friend
Stray Dog Joins Climbers On Dangerous Trek, Gets to the Top with Them, Sets Dog World Record
 
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