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What would you do if you had just one hour to live?I will procrastinate till the end, as I do now, thinking I still have too much time left. So this is how the last hour would be spent0:59 - Oh I still have 59 minutes let's read some more Quora, it's the last time I am sucking up some more information. I will do the serious stuff after 10 minutes.0:49 - Oh S**t only 49 minutes, but still it's lots of time, let me check my stock portfolio for last time. Oh and the girl I was stalking on FB, did she got married or have a boyfriend now. Let's check some more pictures of her.0.39 - Dude this is serious now just last 39 minutes of your life do something useful. Wait just for 9 more minutes- let me check mashable, kickstarter, yahoo finance, google news, buzzfeed.... oh my god so much stuff to do.0:29 - Ok what the hell only 29 minutes, wow..now you can't do much so just chill out, open a beer and let's watch some YouTube videos.0:9 - F***K only 9 minutes........0:8 - Start calling family and friends on conference call. Lots of busy tones :(0:7 - Decide to make a 3 minutes video to tell everything I wanted to and post it on YouTube, hoping it would go viral...0:4- Start uploading.. damn this slow internet taking so long to post just a 3 minute video. watch some more videos while it's uploading.0:1 - Video finally uploaded. 0:0 - Clear my browser history, post a last smiling selfie with 'SEE YOU SUCKERS' caption.....That's It.PS: I wrote this in funny and sarcastic way, but the truth is that lots of us are doing this currently. 1 minute, 1 Hr, 1 year or 10 years we don't know how much life is left. We think we still have too much time.On the other hand no matter how much you could do, there's never enough. So on a serious note, if I knew there's only 1 hr left, as we all know there's only finite time for us, I would die happy and content... no regrets whatsoever.
My mom needs to fill her Income Tax Returns. She earns only Rs. 1,20,000 per annum. Please describe the process about how to fill?Thanks for the A2A!Since it is definite sum, I am assuming that it is either from Interest from bank or salary and no complications are assumed.First step is to register yourself in case you have not been registered. In case you've registered, please log in.Link - e-Filing Home Page, Income Tax Department, Government of IndiaScreenshot - New user is highlighted in red box and registered user in pinkYou will have to download the ITR depending upon the nature of income from the downloads section. Once the same is filled, you will have to generate the xml file as given below - You have to enable the macros and validate on each page so that the excel gives a pop-up warning if there is anything missing.Once the xml is generated log in to the website and use "Upload return" option and fill in the necessary details. Attach the xml file.Click "Submit" and the return is filed!Peace!
Ty has 3 taps in his tub. If he only opens tap 1 it takes 10 min to fill the tub, only opening tap 2 takes 15 min to fill the tub, and only opening tap 3 takes 30 min to fill the tub. If he opens all the taps how long will it take to fill the tub?Tap A fills (1/10)th of the tub in 1 min.Tap B fills (1/15)th of the tub in 1 min.Tap C fills (1/30)th of the tub in 1 min.All three taps A, B and C when opened together will fill (1/10)+(1/15)+(1/30)= (3/30)+(2/30)+(1/30)= (6/30)= (1/5)th of the tub in 1 min.So if all three taps A, B and C are opened together, the tub will be filled in 5 min.
How many empty folders would it take to fill out a brand new 1 TB hard/solid disk drive?This was also addressed in another forum: How much space do directories consume? and I don’t think I can add much to the explanation, so here it is:According to the Wikipedia article about NTFS, all permissions are stored in the Master File Table. It's space can be seen apparently through the Disk Defragmenter, as shown on here.The size a MFT record occupies from both a folder or a file, is described in here:File and folder records are 1 KB each and are stored in the MFT, the attributes of which are written to the allocated space in the MFT. Besides file attributes, each file record contains information about the position of the file record in the MFT.When a file’s attributes can fit within the MFT file record for that file, they are called resident attributes. Attributes such as file name and time stamp are always resident. When the amount of information for a file does not fit in its MFT file record, some file attributes become nonresident. Nonresident attributes are allocated one or more clusters of disk space. A portion of the nonresident attribute remains in the MFT and points to the external clusters. NTFS creates the Attribute List attribute to describe the location of all attribute records. The table NTFS File Attribute Types lists the file attributes currently defined by NTFS.So, in NTFS, folders occupy at least 1 KB of space, unless they have very long argument and permission lists; at that point, the MFT record occupies an additional cluster in the partition, the size of which depends on how it was formatted, although for more than 2GB Microsoft in that post recommends 4KB clusters.As to why this could be important, a few years back I was developing a data logging feature as part of an IoT embedded system. The architecture was set up so that each calendar day would have it’s own folder (much like many digital cameras do to store pictures).Memory space was limited, so we had to calculate precisely how all of the memory was allocated including the system memory for the directories. The goal was to match the memory space with the battery life so that it was still capturing data until it just ran out of power.Without including the “overhead” for the folders / directories, the calculations would have been off.However, with 1TB of memory to work with, the overhead just becomes a rounding error.FYI - we recently published a review / buyers guide featuring the Seagate as the top pick: Best 1TB Portable External Hard Drive for under $50
How do I fill out a BMI work registration with 3 co-writers, but only one co-writer has publishing? And, should all parties register the work with their PRO(1 of 3 diff) or only the copyright holder?The copyright holder should be a publisher member of both PRO’s and register their publisher share to match the writer shares as it is very messy and royalties get lost when the publisher and writer splits do not matchMost publishers register with all societies accordingly using different catalog names for each PRONo need for the individuals to register the works of being done by the publisher with both PRO’s
How do very mixed race people fill out official documents and forms that ask for race if one is only allowed to choose one race?None of the above?
Will I have to appear for both groups of IPCC again if I filled out the examination form for both groups but appeared for only 1?No. Only if ua lucky to pass the one u appeared for.Even though u havent prepared for the other one still go and attempt it. You will get idea about the signNow pattern. If u have filled the form and dont attempt the exam it is counted as attempt. Try to study important chapters and attempt them. You may pass. Nothing is predictable in c.a exams. Give your 100% till end.All the best
What would you do to get rich if all you had was $1 to start with?This question was fun and I hope you enjoy reading my answer, but parts of this answer are very, very optimistic, there are probably more than a few things I’ve overlooked or heavily underestimated the difficulty of.I’m guessing the answer you’re looking for involves use of entrepreneurial initiative, but $1 isn’t much to work with, especially in Britain where it’s worth about £0.76.Let’s say I’m completely without assets except for the £0.76, so I’m homeless, jobless, have no way of cleaning myself or my clothes, no contacts, no academic achievements to help me get a job—I’m a blank canvas with a NET worth of £0.76, with nothing but the clothes on my back and a couple years of business studies to help me.*cracks knuckles* Let’s do this. Find the nearest homeless shelter: The Julian Trust night shelter in Bristol is warm, has beds and food, and even better—it’s just outside the town centre:I find this out by asking at the local police station, which I find using maps displayed around town. Start begging: For a couple days after being magicked into a world where I have nothing, my clothes are still clean and I look somewhat like an ordinary member of the public, during this time I would go outside the train station, appear agitated and in a rush, and politely ask people for change.“Hi I’m really sorry but do you have 40p I could borrow, their prices went up and I only brought a fiver” Asking for a specific amount rather than simply asking for change is far more effective, and implying what you’re going to do with it further increases your chances of getting a positive response: Beggars who ask for a specific amount of change, What's with beggars asking for specific amounts of change?This tactic can be used even after I become easily distinguishable as homeless, either by sight, or by smell.Homeless people who are younger tend to receive more generous donations, being 18 (and looking 15), I should get better results from begging. Buy supplies: In the town centre and using the tactic above, my begging should accumulate enough cash to get some basic supplies, since the homeless shelter is providing me with food (enough to survive at least), I can spend it on things that might make getting some kind of job slightly easier.Let’s say I manage to get £35 a week, that may seem optimistic but my age will be a pretty big factor into how much money I receive, as well as the tactic mentioned in the point above.There are many things which inhibit a homeless person’s ability to get an actual job, most notably of which is lack of clean clothing, haircuts, and showers, one problem at a time, first, people aren’t going to hire someone who smells like an animal carcass, I need to sort myself out with some hygiene products:Shampoo: £3 for a big bottle, used conservatively, will last about 3–4 weeks on average: Tresemme Moisture Rich Luxurious Shampoo 500MlToothbrush and toothpaste: About £2, nothing special (no advanced sensitive ‘repair and protect’ ultra-whitening toothpaste), the toothbrush will last basically as long as you need it and the toothpaste will last about a week: Oral-B 123 Indicator Medium Manual Toothbrush, Aquafresh Freshmint Toothpaste 75Ml.Gum: 45p for a small packet of gum, I’m incredibly self-conscious about my breath: Extra Peppermint Gum 10 Pieces.Lynx: £2, I already look like a virgin, smelling like one too is a small price to pay so I won’t have to wash as often, which given I’ll be doing it in ASDA’s disabled toilets early in the morning, will be a Godsend.Shaving foam and shaving razors: About £9 altogether, I can’t grow a beard, just a bit of fluff, but it looks silly, if I went to any interviews or anything I can shave beforehand.Towel: This is £7 on average and will last me at least a year.Flannel: This’ll help me clean off, £2 at most.The costs and expectancy of each of these taken into consideration, I will be spending an average of £9.70/week on hygiene (£2 added on for optimism).That’s cleanliness sorted: I’m going to ASDA or some other superstore early in the morning and washing off using the sink in the disabled toilets, putting on some antiperspirant or deodorant, and drying off with a towel before brushing my teeth. This is just £9.70 a week, leaving me with £25.30 to spend. Buy clothing:With approximately £25.30/week to spend, I can’t exactly go crazy with clothing, I’ll go to Debenhams in town, on the top floor they have some incredibly cheap clothing, this will be what I wear when I’m not in a job interview or other formal event.I’d have to wait a few weeks to be able to afford a decent amount of clothing, during that time I would probably wanna buy a rucksack—carrying around an ASDA shopping bag filled with clothing and cleaning products will get a bit tiring.So about a month or so later I have some clothes to wear throughout the week, and I no longer need to wear 1 pair of clothes for several days in a row, but regular clothes won’t cut it in a job interview.To buy interview-appropriate clothing, I’m gonna have to wait about another month, during this time I accumulate around £101.20 (This is fairly realistic, if not unoptimistic; some have been able to make this much in a matter of days).Alright, I’ve got enough money now, I pop over to H&M, buy a nicely-fitting shirt for around £30, and trousers for around £20, making sure I keep the interview clothes inside their packaging.At this point I am spending around £9.70/week on hygiene and an additional £5/week for cleaning my clothes as well as £10 per week on food, the homeless shelter provides food but in small quantities, since I have money I can’t resist buying food. Leaving me with a weekly NET income of £15.30. Find somewhere to stay:I don’t mean actually buying a house—we’re not quite there yet, just somewhere slightly less demeaning than a homeless shelter, somewhere my belongings are safer and I don’t have to hide my money in a plastic carrier bag buried in the local park. In the time I spent saving money for interview clothing, I was also going to internet cafes with computers and searching cheap accommodation and places where if I got the job, it would be easy to commute from.In addition to this, I look for entry-level jobs in companies with a high staff turnover rate, I will find this out using Indeed employee reviews and by applying for jobs with a high turnover rate, management are going to be a lot more lenient in the recruitment process, which is why I didn’t have to spend hundreds of pounds on a suit, instead I can wear a shirt and some neat trousers.After finding where I’m going to apply, I look for nearby hostels, they are incredibly cheap in Bristol, some charge just £10 a night, or from my perspective, £70 a week. Get a job!Before going to the hostel, I’m going to need find out when I can get an interview, otherwise it could be another few weeks before I’m financially able to stay in a hostel. After making my regular trip to ASDA and cleaning myself off, I go to the internet café/public library and type up my application to a restaurant at the airport, and prepare a basic CV.My CV, cover letter, and other documents are stored on my email.After going to the internet café/public library once every few days to check my email, I receive a reply from the manager, and am invited to have an interview at the airport.After getting the job at a restaurant in Bristol Airport, I arrange to stay in a hostel in town, there is a bus which takes staff to the airport for £1 each way, it goes through town, so I can wake up, go to the hostel bathroom, wash off, get dressed, and catch the bus to work.I go for my first shift, it goes fairly well, and I’m given a couple pairs of uniform for free and all the ID I need. Save up:Working at the restaurant for £5.60 an hour for 40 hours a week will mean I am making £224 each week.Obviously I no longer want to be eating at a homeless shelter, I actually have a job now, I have very cheap accommodation, and can afford my own food, this costs me an average of £55 per week.Unfortunately I don’t yet own a fridge, so I can’t do a large weekly shop and I can’t buy any refrigerated foods, else I would take a slightly longer journey to Aldi or Lidl so I could save some money, instead I go to Tesco, less than 5 minutes walk from the hostel a 3–5 times per week.£70 per week for the hostel, plus approximately £55 per week for food, plus the £9.70 for hygiene products, rounded to £10 for convenience, and an extra £30 for miscellaneous costs such as laundry, work bus fairs, and using computers at the internet cafe/library, etc…means I have a weekly expenditure of around £165, that taken from my weekly income of £224 gives me a weekly NET profit of £59…not exactly ‘rolling in it’ am I? Excel:The thing about SSP that makes is so advantageous for me is that they own virtually every restaurant unit in Bristol Airport, as well as basically every other airport food vendor in the UK (not sure about Europe and the US, though they definitely have a presence there).Because of this, my opportunities to pursue promotions are multiplied by however many units are in the building, in this case, there are around 6: Brunel Bar and Kitchen, Dexter’s Bar and Grill, Burger King, Soho Coffee, Cabin, and Starbucks—SSP runs all of them, meaning team leader vacancies would occur theoretically 6 times as often.Not many people apply for the vacancies, most of the people working there don’t want to come into work more often, and do not want the responsibilities nor the stress of the higher position (due to regular staff shortages).This will be a long-term plan, before applying for a team-leader role I will ask to be made a specialist, this is basically just someone who is authorised to train other staff members, by doing this, I can develop healthy relationships with my peers and work closely with my superiors, thus increasing my chances of receiving the promotion when I eventually decide to apply for a team leader role.The specialist role pays, on average, an extra £1 per hour, so my weekly income would be 40 hours x £6.70, giving me £268 per week, again taking away £165 living costs, that leaves me with around £103 NET earnings.Above is a time plan for 2.5 years at the airport, during this time I am able to ascend to the rank of team leader, which I will continue to work as for a further 12 months at an average of 45 hours per week.So 45x an average hourly pay of £7.80 (not including the likely 25% hourly bonus for early and late shifts) is £351, take away my weekly expenses, £165 plus an extra £40 per week-I am now staying in a flat, £110pw, with free WiFi, a refrigerator, washing machine, and actual facilities such as a kitchen and a shower.So that’s 351 – 206 = £145 being saved each week, I feel that’s too optimistic, there are probably some costs which I have missed out (Bristolian binge drinking included) so I’m gonna take away £20.£125 savings per week x 12 months = £6000.This is just what I have saved after becoming a team leader, there’s still 2.5 years of savings not accounted for:£59 NET earnings per week for 16 months as a team member is around £3776:£70 per week for the hostel, plus approximately £55 per week for food, plus the £9.70 for hygiene products, rounded to £10 for convenience, and an extra £30 for miscellaneous costs such as laundry, work bus fairs, and using computers at the internet cafe/library, etc…means I have a weekly expenditure of around £165, that taken from my weekly income of £224 gives me a weekly NET profit of £59.£103 NET earnings per week for 10 months as an operational specialist is around £4120:The specialist role pays, on average, an extra £1 per hour, so my weekly income would be 40 hours x £6.70, giving me £268 per week, again taking away £165 living costs, that leaves me with around £103 NET earnings.To compensate for my optimism and the fact that I don’t know where I’d be staying, I’m taking off £750 from each of those figures, leaving me with £6396, plus my earnings as a team leader, this leaves me with…Pessimistic estimate of savings: £12,396Optimistic estimate of savings: £14,856 and above.I then invest in a laptop! Plan:(Just to be clear, I came up with this business plan when I was in my first year of college, and refined it for my final assignment of the second year of college. I am aware it has a few flaws, I have tried to find the cash flow forecasts, I haven’t been able to find the assignment so I’m just doing this from memory. I will update this message if I find it, and will upload some more details)At this point I am approaching my 21st birthday, somehow I’m meant to go from just under £15,000 savings to £1,000,000<; at my current rate of earning, the highest NET value I could achieve before dying is around £184,000, so somehow I need to earn some-82% more than I am currently, eeek.Alright, so during the next 12 months working as a team leader, I am going to create a business plan. Let’s have a look at what I eventually come up with:My eventual objective is to open some kind of restaurant business, operating from the confines of a modified 40ft shipping container, where if necessary, the business can be moved with relative ease, but still function as a restaurant rather than as a trailer:Above is a simplified illustration of my business plan, inside that container is a working kitchen, fitted with all the necessary equipment: a sink, deep dryers, an oven, a sous-vide machine, hob, etc…The business has several USPs:Cooking method: The majority of restaurants, including and especially those in Bristol, do not use the sous-vide cooking method, wherein food is slow-cooked in a bag ‘under vacuum’, this cooking method is typical of more premium restaurants, as the process is more time-consuming and the equipment is considerably more expensive.Restaurant and takeaway service: Based on one of the main roads entering town, our customers will be divided into two markets: those entering town with money to spend, and those exiting town with only a small amount left to spend. Obviously this would have its flaws, but it is the general assumption I’d make about our customers and we will cater to these two customer types by having a moderately priced restaurant service, and a lower-priced takeaway service with smaller, more affordable portions.There will be two openings either side of the freight container, one providing the takeaway service, and the other for the restaurant area.In addition to this, the takeaway service will increase our efficiency by reducing our food wastage.Community Interest Company status: While there are no direct fiscal benefits to having CIC status, it serves as an official branding of social entrepreneurship and philanthropy, a trustworthy status awarded only to companies with genuine interest in the community.This is brought to question each year, if you’re acting in the community’s interest, you can retain the CIC status. This acts as added incentive for customers to give repeat business, and the local community will appreciate your charitable acts.We will attain this status by sending our leftover foods to local homeless shelters, and making considerable donations to charities tasked towards improving the lives of homeless people and helping them get back on their feet. We would consider offering jobs to the homeless but the small scale of the business makes it a bit illogical to do so.Our interest in helping the homeless will give our company a brilliant strategic narrative, as I myself would have experienced homelessness within the last few years.Ability to move the business: Obviously this won’t be a regular occurrence, as it is expensive and time-consuming, but it is nowhere near as bad as having to cancel large contracts for building premises, particularly in town, you’ll be left with the same colossal bill even after cancelling it. Instead we can cancel our contract with whomever owns the land, still expensive but considerably less so than cancelling a contract with building premises.In addition to this, we won’t have to uninstall every single piece of equipment when moving the business, this could potentially save hundreds of pounds, not to mention the only transport required for the container would be something along the lines of this:Still considerably cheaper and more convenient than moving premises.Upon working out the costs which include…Renovating the freight containerInstalling a fold-down seating platform.Fitting piping and wiring, and installing connection for mains (gas, electricity, water).Creating a bar area fitted with refrigerators and beer taps with kegs inside the bar.Installing seal-able hatches on either side of the container.Installing basic ventilation in roof of the container.Setting up a cash register and receipt printers for the kitchen.Buying and installing all cooking units and equipmentIndustrial oven with induction hob.2 Industrial deep fryers, one using conventional cooking oil, the other using duck fat.Large refrigerator for food products.Glass-door refrigerator for bar area.Basic cooking equipment:UtensilsSaucepans and frying pansStick blendersSous-vide sticksTubs for sous-vide cooking(All the rest too obvious to mention)Small industrial dishwasher.Small industrial plate warmer.Shelf with heat lamp.…the total price came to around £10,000, with running costs totalling a modest £1000 per month, some of the items have been missed out from that list, else I’d be here all night.After working for another year as a team leader, I increase my total savings to around £18,000 (£3000 taken away for optimism).£18,000 is enough to start the business, and to provide some leeway for any unexpected costs, so I decide to hand in my notice, and start the business.The business is a sole proprietorship, a little risky I know, if the business fails, I am liable to any debts left by the business, but ultimately I think this is a good option: because we aren’t taking out any loans and most of our assets can be sold off with ease: cooking units and equipment, furniture, the only real fixed asset that would be difficult to get rid of would be the freight container, even then we could probably pawn it on EBay.An added advantage of this aspect of the business is that the profits will be passed directly to me, and will not be subject to any corporation taxes, only income tax, both are currently are the same standard rate of 20%, but a possible change in government could result in alterations to the corporate tax rate, the uncertainty is minimised by having the business’s profits taxed at the 20% income tax rate, which isn’t going anywhere for the foreseeable future.Our seating areas will host around two dozen customers as once, so each customer will receive more attention and better service; if the restaurant is successful enough, we could even open a website online and create a booking system.The restaurant will be serving high quality foods, our unique cooking processes will ensure we have an impeccable standard of produce.Some of our menu items include:House burger(no name given yet): Sous-vide rump steak, deep fried and then thinly sliced, placed on top of a creamy buttery cauliflower purée base, topped with homemade beer-battered onion rings and crispy seaweed with salt and sugar. Possibly with a brioche bun instead of the one shown below.This is the pride and joy of the restaurant, ridiculously unhealthy, but absolutely delicious, it’s something new.Steak meals:These come with the conventional sides, chips, peas, onion rings.Our chips:Roosters potatoes blanched, then twice-fried in duck fat, the best chips you’ll ever get your hands on in Bristol. Again we want our product to be unique, something you can’t just walk down the road to taste something exactly like it.Steak and Ale Pie:Sometimes in the cold British weather, there’s nothing more satisfying than a lovely steak and ale pie, a British classic, and definitely on the menu. Hopefully it will be drastically improved by our cooking methods.Beer-battered salmon and chips:Using the sous vide cooking method, we can get a perfect cook all the way through the fish, and then nicely batter it.We also do miniaturised versions of these meals for the takeaway service, such as a pot with mini-battered salmon sticks, a pot with chips, or just the crispy seaweed with some cauliflower purée, we will make this as easy to customise as possible.These are some of the more iconic menu items which our business will be offering. Reflect:I am now 26 years old, the business has been performing adequately, well enough to breakeven and fulfil its community interest pledges such as donations to charities, helping the homeless, and likewise philanthropic endeavours. The business has had its ups and downs, and never really took off the way I expected it to, but it’s still going nonetheless.And though I am certainly not rich, I have achieved more than I ever could have dreamed of; I’ve opened a business, helped others, and built something that will last. That to me is worth more than any riches.“But little they knowThat it's so hard to findOne rich man in tenWith a satisfied mind”
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