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  1. That the elected officials take care of their chair for one term and do not care about anything else.

    There are no long-term plans, no vision for the future, and everything is being carried out now and now.

    Which of course is different from what happens in other countries. NOT.

    Since the days of Athens, most elected officials have done so. Only a minority of elected officials are visionary, far-sighted statesmen and not afraid to risk the upcoming elections for the future.

    The Israeli voter should be smarter and identify the statesmen and visionaries and distinguish them from the doers of demons, demagogues and sociopaths who only care about "making their home."

  2. The average Israeli driver (with reservations about the Arab sector in this regard - a known and bleeding problem) is overall a bad driver.

    It is certainly no worse than US and UK drivers and significantly better than those in Spain, Italy (God save), Greece (even God cannot save) and I am not even talking about the horrors in South America and Asia.

    The Israeli driver also knows how to internalize and learn. It is rare today to see non-belted people in cars and riders without helmets, and the use of cell phones while driving has greatly diminished in recent years (without a significant increase in enforcement - only publicity and education).

    Beyond the "human factor", the infrastructure and technology of the vehicle has a decisive influence on the amount of accidents and their consequences. There is little doubt that improvements in the safety of vehicles and infrastructure have contributed greatly to reducing the number of casualties from road accidents in all industrialized countries in the past 50 year.

    It is easy to see, for example, that the construction of a separation fence reduces the number of frontal accidents in the road segment to almost zero and the number of casualties significantly. Wide margins and energy-absorbing fences have a significant contribution to reducing the impact of path deviation events.

    A modern and safe car will save from injury in both the active aspect (ABS + EPS) and the passive aspect (energy absorbing skeleton and airbags). One cannot argue with the fact that today people come out with scratches from accidents that would have killed them for sure a few decades ago.

    One of the failures of investigating accidents in Israel is the lack of understanding of the human factor, Must In any accident investigation, environmental and infrastructure factors are also considered. Obviously, it's important to invest in education, advocacy, and enforcement, but sometimes the most practical solution is simply installing a separation fence or grading the curve.

  3. Unanswered photography issues in the public domain are widely discussed in the courts - particularly in the context of celebrity paparazzi photos as well as photos of private detectives.

    According to court rulings, photographing a person in a place where privacy cannot be expected (as the reasonable person sees it) is considered a public domain photograph and does not require the consent of the person being photographed. In other words - taking a photo of a man sitting in a cafe with a lover is not a violation of his privacy, since no reasonable person can expect privacy in a public cafe. The same is true at a bustling mall, train station or open street.

    However, photographing a person without his / her permission inside his home, public restroom or office (when not open to the public) is prohibited.

    And may be published without consent under certain conditions, public right to know and the like.

    So that it can be photographed and published without consent in any case - unless photographed in the sole possession (as defined above) or when the photograph is intentionally degrading.

    That's why I'm allowed to take photos and publish -

    You are this gentleman As he stands in the middle of a crowded street.

    You This band of singers Who decided to appear in the middle of Rothschild Street (in the time of the Tent).

    And this lady who stopped To quit smoking In the middle of Independence Day celebrations.

    No "public right to know," no conditions and no shoes.

  4. If you go outside and reach out to a person and take a photo of him ... he can sue you and damage the police force for taking the picture.

    It is permissible to photograph a person in the public domain if it is not a degrading image. What do you say about sample journalists?

    The policeman must not be confiscated From a person, unless he suspects an offense was committed in it and then it will be taken as evidence and returned (with all the files within it) upon completion of the investigation.

  5. My statement comes because some of the participants in the debate do not know some of the basic principles of a democratic state that respects individual rights.

    I graduated from 5 years ago and most of the material I learned in high school was never forgotten.

    You should remember the principles and basics. You are not supposed to remember exactly why King Crown is a tragic hero and how his hubris (pride) led him to kidnap Antigone's play, you should remember how to read a literary work critically, understand what "irony" is, how to build a classic tragic story, etc. '.

    From citizenship classes you are not supposed to remember exactly what the rules pertaining to a query submitted to the government in the Knesset are, you should remember the basic principles of democracy.

  6. I think we need to find another solution. Perhaps only soldiers who serve above a distance from the house can be allowed to travel by train. And in any case it should be temporary until the farce is solved by train .

    There is currently no other solution - claims can be made to our pathetic Ministry of Transportקa girl .

    As long as there is no other solution, I think civilians take precedence over soldiers on the train.

    As I have already written - it is economic consideration at the level of the economy (citizens late for work is a lot of damage to the economy) and consideration at the personal level (a citizen who, after work or not enough to pick up the child from the garden damaged more than a soldier who had to get up an hour earlier).

    Overall there is a fact that there is a problem on Sunday morning. It does not exist on other days.

    The mass transit system is always measured at its extreme moments.

    The Manhattan subway was also not measured by rush hour at 10 at night, but by Monday morning rush hour.

    In Israel, there is also a unique problem of a large mass of soldiers leaving the base on Sunday morning and returning on Thursday afternoon. The key may be the direct approach to this unique problem, for example - as I have written and previously suggested - releasing at least some of the soldiers on Friday morning and returning on Sunday in the evening.

  7. I don't know about hospitals, but for example, "Abarbanel" you can't sign in with Or a cellphone that has it , Because it has been decided that the right to the patient's privacy over there overrides your right to roam around with your cellphone / camera.

    This is not a partisan decision, but is based on the legislature's decision not to photograph a person in a degrading position in the public sphere as well as under medical secrecy (so as not to reveal the very existence of a man who has suffered from mental illness).

    And when it comes to where and where not allowed, I say that there are security professionals who make the decisions and not computer people!

    The decision is not for computer people nor security personnel, but for legislators in the House of Representatives (who may be assisted by HWD from such and such experts).

    Thank God we are (still) living in a democracy and not under a military regime.

    The legislature has ruled that it is not allowed (that is to say - allowed) to photograph in the public domain, with a limited number of exceptions. A security man, unauthorized for this purpose by the legislature, cannot determine otherwise!

    The truth that it has been a few years since I graduated from high school, have they stopped citizenship recently?

  8. Places I went to take pictures (and stay) while I was living in Jerusalem and probably should turn them into classified areas -

    Mahane Yehuda Market

    The pedestrian street

    The cafeteria square on Mount Scopus lit.

    The commercial center in Kiryat Hayovel

    I really suggest banning these web photography and dozens of similar sites and also boycott (preferably violently) the camera from any perpetrator.

  9. And here - here comes the security guard and forbids you to photograph. Why? Because your prefer not to have a picture of a train station than the prospect of a terrorist attack of this magnitude.

    It does not matter what she prefers or even what she thinks. It is my full right to photograph there, she could of course ask me politely not to take pictures (which of course did not happen).

    When I lived in Taiwan, they were not allowed to take pictures, and we are talking about the nicest population that exists on my head.

    Taiwan is not exactly a democratic country ...

  10. Enough of the soldier's favorite band to come to town and the salary will settle

    Soldiers are not supposed to hear vile pop music. For entertainment there are military bands!

    If you consider that quite a few of these Juvenics who want to have some social life every day at home.

    A soldier sitting at home is supposed to read von Klausewitz and other military thought. Social life is in the army - since the soldier's unit is his friends and family!

    Sure, a pint of beer + a modest tip costs NIS 30-35

    A soldier should not drink alcohol! And certainly not give a tip to a bartender! The bars are a hatchery of drunkenness and venereal diseases. A proud Zionist soldier would be far from it!

    And I'm not talking about a situation where the soldier also has to pay a cellphone bill
    Using an unencrypted radio-phone is not recommended, the enemy listens!
    Say no problem - we will raise salaries

    Service in the Israel Defense Forces is a right. In return for the right do not pay a salary. The soldier needs pocket money for soap, razor, shaving foam and shoe polish (paratroopers will receive another 30 for a brown paste).

    A bunch of weepers.

  11. Order new two-storey carriages that should ease the load without the need for more rails.

    Of course, general efficiency of the Israel Railways will help, but it already is Fiction about the border of fantasy.

    In my opinion, civilians have priority over soldiers with access to public transport. With all due respect, the economy is more important for a citizen to arrive on time in his office than for a soldier to arrive on base in time (I'm talking about a routine period). It's not too bad for a soldier to wake up earlier in the morning and catch the first train / bus, as opposed to a mother who has to drop a child in kindergarten, a boy at school and more to get to work on time while she fights with two Golentziks, Epsnai and Arms at the train entrance.

    I also don't think a soldier should get a free ticket for public transportation, but rather get a solution for their routine trips to base + point solutions for unusual trips (I'm still from the tab period and most of the trips I hitchhiked). However, it is unfair to deprive (some) of privilege from soldiers as long as their salaries remain poor and a large percentage of the people are not enlisted.

    The impression that emerges from the recent IDF decisions is very bad. MalGano seems to be right and the army is trying all kinds of cheap provocations to stop the cuts.

  12. A shop during its opening hours is a public domain and is defined as a "public place".

    Photographing in a public place that does not involve security reasons and does not intentionally photograph people in a degrading situation is not a criminal offense.

    Since the very act of photography does not cause economic damage to the business (by way of damaging registered marks, stealing ideas, etc.), it seems that photography itself can not expose the photographer to a civil complaint.

    See A discussion of the issue in Ynet from 2009 And the reference of the lawyer who was asked to write on the subject.

    In any case, the security guard has no authority to censor you because of the act of photography (which is not an act of crime, violence or theft), he has no authority to ask to see the photos you took, and certainly no right to take the camera from you.

    Furthermore, the removal of a person from a public space, not because of an act of violence (verbal or physical) or reasonable suspicion of a criminal offense, is also problematic in terms of the law.

    I encountered a similar problem when I was filming near the Shalom train station. I was immediately jumped from a security guard who decided that I was harming state security. I'm fed up with the atmosphere of "security" in the country and the person who is wearing the uniform of the security guard. Some have forgotten that they are merely civil service providers and are caught up in the frenzy of greatness, as if they were senior Shin Bet security service officials in charge of preserving the nuclear secrets of the state.

    If you still encounter such an idiot who asks you to show him the pictures you have taken, speaks to you rudely or wants to take the camera away from you, take his details and ostensibly make a phone call to your lawyer.

  13. Look, I shoot mostly with relatively fast frames - 35 / 2.0 or 50 / 1.4 (both manual). There is no doubt that I am very much enjoying the improved ability to shoot with poor lighting and increased control at depth of field. They did not even cost me much (second hand - around the 300 to the piece).

    But for those accustomed to increased zoom use, a photo with a frame lens is a major conceptual change - the need to see the world through the lens angle of your lens and the willingness to be in motion with the camera. You should also be willing to change lenses - which means walking around with a larger bag than a small, simple nose bag and knowing how to deal with a sensor that absorbs a bit of dirt from time to time.

    Many people are not ready for this headache and end up staying with one "zoomed" lens for the camera.

    Look - you can always purchase more lenses for your system. Selling a lens you do not want is a headache and a loss.

    Forget the filming of these foliage and nonsense of the Boca. This is your first serious camera and you are already limiting yourself to a narrow area (and I think from heaven)? Buy the D5100 and the 18-105 (an excellent lens I've shot quite a bit on D80) and start experimenting with all styles and subjects. The quality of the images and the flexibility of the work - even with this zoom lens - will astonish you.

  14. After the last increase in salary - the salary of an intern (gross) - the base around the 10K, additional work addition - according to rosters or semesters (for those who are lucky and does such) - another 8-12K.

    In general, 350-400 may work 20-hours per month with a final salary of approximately 22-10 gross from which the discharges are received on XNUMX.

    There are almost no accompanying benefits in the profession. No bonuses. No tips.

    After the internship, the person who remains is a specialist In the public system, Receives a base salary of 8-15 depending on the scope and scope of the position. The rest of the salary depends on turns and turns. Some of the doctors who drive are at least part of the hospital's alert time, while others are worried about the phone and are in standby to jump. The salary of a senior physician in the public system with the same extras is 15-35 gross.

    These are salaries in the public service in hospitals.

    Want to know how much a doctor costs Employee In the free market?

    A doctor in the center of the night, in the ambulance service, a general practitioner who does inspections etc. gets 80-150 NIS per hour.

    A nursing home doctor earns NISNUMX an hour for an hour or more, when it comes to a specialist doctor who has experience - sometimes much more.

    A family doctor who works in an HMO makes 100-400 an hour according to his status and work efficiency.

    Medical consultants, pharmaceutical companies, biotech, tort claims - 100 NIS per hour or more (more and more).

    I mentioned very conservative sums here as a reference lower Of course, the sums are much higher and vary from doctor to doctor.

    A doctor is not a waiter, not a technician and not a production worker. The services of a doctor, especially a good doctor, do not come for free.

    Without a substantial improvement in the working conditions and a certain improvement (not dramatic) in the salaries of doctors who devote themselves to public medicine, there will be no good doctors in the system

  15. I can not understand the opening of the discussion or things went wrong here.

    The considerations in choosing a DSLR system are more complex than the quality of the "bokeh" of the images or the quality of a particular lens.

    How can you decide almost blindly on a particular system without even experimenting with holding the cameras. Personally, I think Canon's DSLR's argonomics are terrible, certainly compared to Nikon (I personally have Pentax - which is more similar to Nikon). What changes the quality of the lenses if it is not fun to work with the camera?

    In addition - at the opening level, with the lens that opens the discussion will probably use the most (basic zoom) Nikon has a great advantage with the 18-105, a lens that Canon does not really answer for her.

    I photographed with Canon's 50 / 1.8, it produces very soft results with a maximum aperture key, I did not delve into the quality of the bokeh, it seems reasonable to me but I did not finish with pleasure. I have read that Nikon's 50 / 1.8 is not bad. I do not know where it's said that its bokeh is much more shocking than Canon's. I did not see it in samples or reviews.

    Look, I've been a photography enthusiast since 13, because of economic priorities I purchased my first DSLR just two years ago (note that before that I shot quite a bit with SLR film and a variety of DSLR friends), although I came with much more experience, I started with only a kit lens (18-55) that still serves me well (I added more 4 second-hand manual lenses later on).

    I can not say about Canon's 18-55, but at least I can get it out תמונות is very sharpness With the kit, certainly not the quality of the mobile and much more than the quality of Compact (or DSLR-like).

    Choose the body that is most comfortable and pleasant to operate and meet your needs in the most perfect way. You'll start with a basic lens (18-55IS for Canon or 18-105VR for Nikon, or you might even go for the Pentax or Sony option) and start scratching. After this you will return to a discussion about the differences between the different 50 lenses.

  16. There is little meaning to all rumors and lists of estimated hardware specifications.

    Traditionally, Apple's products have not presented "iron" beyond the state of the art, remember that Apple also buys these fabrics from notebooks like and-, So do not expect the iPhone 5 to exceed the S2 in terms of hardware (if any, and probably will be inferior to the new phones of And the future S3).

    What Apple always excelled in was the application of the same "iron" in the finished product and its integration with an appropriate operating system.

    The best tradition , Until the show did not really touch what "character" of the iPhone 5.

    At the same time, I find it difficult to believe that Apple will touch the iPhone with 5 in what I think are the immediate main failures of the smartphones in general -

    * Time of my life !!!

    * Screen readable in sunlight.

    * Easy text input

    * Part of the market - a user interface is more convenient for games. For years, all sorts of companies have been trying to find the "smart phone" for the gamers.

    * A more seamless approach to the cloud in general and in particular to your environment (geographic and social) while providing a suitable response to the issue .

  17. Nikon recently released an 50 / 1.8 lens with an internal focus engine.

    Also - it is difficult to do manual focus with a lens designed for autofocus and in addition, unless you are using LV, it is desirable to replace the camera's metal screen to that which includes targeting aids.

    Manual focus is more pleasant (do not know if to set it "fun") when the lens is designed for each other and the eyepiece is good enough. Manual targeting becomes "fun" on RANGEFINDER cameras, but if you do not intend to download 7000 dollars on Leica M9 (before lenses) it's not really relevant - right?

    It does not matter. You will start from a reasonable body (in my opinion, D5100 is currently giving a great value equal to the difference from the D3100) with the 18-55 kit lens or the 18-105 lens and will continue from there.

    After a few months of photography and at least 10,000 exposures, think about which direction you want to evolve. There are many ways to spend money in photography - not just equipment (body, lenses, tripod, lighting).

  18. 1. I would not have used Zap's recommendations for selection ...

    2. There are more successful alternatives than the 550D. Keep an eye on the Nikon D5100 (for example).

    3. Canon's 50 / 1.8 lens is not amazing at f = 1.8 and generally not amazing, but at its price you can not complain. I think that in the case of Nikon the 50 / 1.8 is better.

    4. Leave Boca, start filming with DSLR, learn more about depth of field and then talk about Boca again.

    5. This focal length is a feature of the lens, not of the camera. For computational cameras, the focal length is the same as the 35 camera, which is the true focal length of the lens X The ratio between the size of the sensor in the camera and the size of the 35 film.

    In a DSLR camera, the actual focal length of the lens is always recorded. Using a DSLR camera that is not a full size sensor to compare to an 35 camera, you must multiply by a factor of X1.6 in Canon, X2.0 in Olympus and Panasonic (X1.5) cameras, and everything else.

  19. Want to switch unit / role? Fill out the 55 form, get a recommendation from your commander and then hope the transition happens in the coming months and not at the end of your service

    The commander is unlikely to make a recommendation - you will find a normal driver in the army.

    At least you are a boss driver and not a truck driver or other fucking job. If you are in a good relationship with the boss he can also help you here and there. There are no cases of boss drivers whose commander helped them find a job with citizenship.

    Try to find content that will give you 10 months left to you instead of sitting with the other PZMs at the base and crying out for your fate. If you have free time, start taking advantage of them to complete / improve your maturity or psychometric study.

  20. This is probably equipment for micro-manipulation, for which a machine-mounted microscope (like Olympus IX81) needs.

    Separation is not really important for precise work, but the 640X480 feed should suffice. 2MP still images are considered more than sufficient in this area. Even so, the separation limitations are in the optics of the microscope and less in the camera sensor.

    Work can sometimes take a long time and I don't know how HDDSLR cameras could handle such conditions.

    I once figured out an option to install Through the T adapter for slightly different purposes (in the field of microbiology), but at the end of the laboratory acquired A dedicated Nikon that several groups use in turns. For a mediocre and above medical lab, Of 12000 dollars this is not a massive expense, especially if the camera is part of the core equipment of that lab. In the world of medical equipment and research, we always talk in stratospheric numbers, recently bought a new ultrasound device (25000 dollars) and disassembled the possibility of purchasing a high-quality X-ray screen (6000 dollars).

    On the other hand - you don't have much to lose - a camera adapter costs a few hundred shekels and a maximum of it will end up in a drawer like other expensive and equally expensive equipment items that can't be used and used. As mentioned, I would find out in the direction of the Panasonic GH2 that should be a quality torch.

  21. Now another matter - there is Higher resolution than the 7D at a reasonable price?

    Resolution is not important here - even so the separation of the microscope lenses in strong magnifications is not something.

    DA - I think you accidentally added 0 to the size of your microscope (you probably meant a X10 viewer and a self X60 = X600 final magnification).

    The maximum magnification acceptable with a light microscope is X1000 (with emulsion oil).

    That being the case - no matter how many megapixels you put in the sensor, you will be limited to the final true separation you get due to the wavelength of the visible light.

    If you insist - the new NEX-7 ($ 1200 without a lens - not yet in stores) with the best APS-C sensor available today, compact and comfortable to work with.

    The GH2 has a smaller sensor, but reports speak of a port A quality animal and here too is a compact and comfortable structure for work.

    Follow up on certain cells ... to isolate selected cells

    IVF lab by chance? Say - Since when is money lacking in this area?

    DA - If it is a medical lab, I don't know if it is worth saving and installing some improvised equipment. There will be no claims / claims if something goes wrong.

  22. Microscope Shaped Deshpra. Do you work with embroidery cultures?

    I once looked at all kinds of options to install a DSLR camera on a microscope, apparently it is a very high-quality and lucrative solution.

    But there are some problems with that -

    * Less convenient to use and remote control, may be a nightmare when the volume of work is large.

    * Less simple to operate, especially if the lab has personnel with less technology orientation.

    * Image quality may not be better than a dedicated camera (all kinds of AA filters).

    * Dedicated comes with software that some find it difficult to find a free or affordable replacement.

    * While the camera is working, the sensor may get hot.

    * Laboratory environment is not always optimal, tougher dedicated cameras come with service contract. If there is a problem - call the company technician and keep a quiet head.

    * In some places, it is easier to get 5000 dollar funding for a dedicated microscope camera than to start trying to justify 1500 dollar spending on DSLR.

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