Hey, do you all remember all those times that people said that agricultural businesses were going to suffer cyber attacks? Pepperidge Farm does! (me too, to a certain extent)
AGCO an ag conglomerate for commercial (mainly) AG machinery, processing & storage was hit by ransomware about 1.5 weeks ago. There systems still seem to be down.
This shouldn't make a big difference THIS YEAR, but could next year or this year's harvest at the earliest.
AGCO brands in pic
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These beauties arrived today. They were first published around 1923. If you go through these guides and practice it you'd be able to build your own home or more practically, an awesome shop or shed.
It's true old school, pre-dating power tools and sadly the joinery and some techniques are rapidly being lost and forgotten.
I actually studied these.
I picked this set up for around twenty five bucks on ebay. My library has many instructional books & manuals and books are EMP proof.
Employee means "one who is employed" right? Like, the job is just one of the things you can do and you have chosen to do it for money, you're employed to do some work.
Worker is so much more declarative, you are a worker, you work. Sounds a lot like slave in that way.
Maybe it's the morning kush talking, but idk, maybe something's going on here in NLP territory. A filtering of tiers in the hierarchy pyramid to create more subterranean class conflict.
Lately, I’ve been noticing that people are more often referring to employees as “workers”—I did this myself the other day without thinking, and was not a fan of how it sounded. I think this change was expedited by CV-19, as the term “essential workers” became popular. When you search for the term “employees” you get images like the first two below. When you search “workers” you get more like the second two. The obvious differences visually demonstrates my unease over this change in our language.
This must be an unfounded conspiracy in the pages of Nature! https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-022-10928-z
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