Speaking of reminder appliances, signallers also have these to remind them not to send trains into sections of track which it is not safe to do so. Originally these were collars which went over the handles in the levers in lever frame signal boxes, but when electronic NX panels came in, they shrunk to small bits of plastic that go over buttons to prevent you from pressing the wrong ones https://www.davron.co.uk/Rail2.html
In British railways, most trains have a thing called a Driver's Reminder Appliance (D.R.A). It's a button that the driver presses if the signal is red which prevents them from pulling off without checking the signal again - they have to disable it (and check the signal) before they can turn up the throttle and start moving again. At Clapham Junction, I have found a Driver Reminder Appliance Reminder. Which may be the most 'railway' thing I've ever seen.
Photography workflow, how mine is https://naxxfish.net/2019/12/08/my-photography-workflow/ #blogpost #photography #workflow
I'm at Radio Tech Con today talking about my work project :) https://www.radiotechcon.com/
Then The Verge comes along and injects a dose of FUD with their article https://www.theverge.com/2016/2/4/10916264/usb-c-russian-roulette-power-cords , which quite literally leaves you believing that any new USB-C cable could cost you your laptop.
Happy Cloud computing - it's all fucked! :D https://youtu.be/3sn63_vsLNs
Incidentally, the choon I'm listening to on my DT770's on a Monday morning at 3AM is https://open.spotify.com/track/1yv3aBLO9rgyEHmAR7jI1M
The story ends with a fresh new installation of macOS, a Backblaze subscription, two user accounts ("no, look, I know you're married but you're not 'one person' - do you share an email address? phone number? passport? driving license?"), LastPass for both users with browser extension, and their master passwords written down somewhere safe.