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Live Webcam Reagan National Airport Washington DC

This webcam is unofficial and is not affiliated with the airport. The cameras are located approximately 5 miles northwest of the airport, near National Cathedral.

Links for smartphones to additional cameras:

Camera 1 –

Camera 2 –

Camera 3 –

Camera 4 –

Camera 5 –

Camera 6 – – This camera is still under construction and may be offline at times.

Note that if you use the above links to access cameras 2 through 6, you will be taken to a chat room just for that camera. If you use the briefcase icon (on Youtube on a computer) then you will stay in the main chat. Hopefully Youtube will change this in the future so that smartphones can access the additional cameras without needing the above links.

Extra links:
View all five cameras on one page:
View four cameras on a 1080p screen:

If you are watching this stream from Gravelly Point or are following the stream with a flight tracker, please use the following link:

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Posted by rr1455 - July 22, 2018 at 1:02 pm

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Best Organizational Teams Have Complete Diversity

The Best Organizational Team Has Complete Diversity
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“I need a hand now. I know she’s young, but she learns fast.” – Leon, Leon: “The Professional,” Gaumot, 1994
I do love the way folks profile the younger generation – they’re lazy, self-absorbed, no ambition, not dedicated to their company/your products, have no respect for authority/hierarchy/chain of command, have no get-up-and-go, demand instant satisfaction/gratification and are driving the economy and world straight to hell!

Simply stated; they’re brazen, audacious, egregious, out of line, disrespectful and rude know-it-alls.

Your parents’ parents said that about them, parents said it about you, you said it about the new hire, they say it about the kids in school and they’ll say it about the next herd.

We fit everyone of a certain age into a category/age group because it’s easier to hire them, market to them, live with them.

Even though we know enough about you to know

  • what you watch/listen to in your spare time
  • what you do/where you go/with whom
  • what you have, what you want
  • how much you make, owe
  • your physical, emotional state
  • who you like, don’t like, why
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All Individuals – The two things that every employee has in common – male, female; ethnic orientation; age – is that they’re all different and they all have goals. Regardless of their age category, they are individuals first.
The market is just easier to think about, identify and draw from as a group rather than a group of individuals.

Or to be blunt, it’s age discrimination. 

Increasingly, companies pride themselves on diversity and acceptance, but the truth is it’s a vision, a goal.

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Management can’t control what’s going on to the smallest details.

The economy’s growth is largely determined by the growth of the labor force and the productivity growth output per worker.

The challenge is the labor markets have tightened and finding qualified workers is becoming a major challenge for many companies.

At the same time, productivity growth has fallen.

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Ups, Downs – While the potential pool of workers grows older as people live longer and have fewer children, productivity decreases; which leads to a cycle of needing more employees to do the equivalent amount of work even as the resource pool shrinks.
The tightening workforce is somewhat easy to understand. People around the globe are living longer; and when they leave their positions, all of their experience and expertise goes with them. At the same time, fewer young people are entering the working world; and when they do, they are at the beginning of their work experience.

The outlook isn’t rosy.

The emerging pool of young people who will enter the workforce isn’t offsetting the loss of experienced people who leave the workforce or retire.

Immigration from other countries – in the U.S. and other industrial countries – isn’t an option as younger people see better opportunities at home.

In other words, businesses have to acquire and manage a more diverse workforce – ethnically, sexually and maturity.

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Entering Workforce – Millennials today represent the largest age category for both employment and prospective customers. The challenge is the Gen X and Z pools are smaller while the boomer and silent generations become larger as people live longer. Globally, we’re coming up short on a valuable resource … workers.
When firms start up, they rely on friends to fill key roles and then add staff from a growing circle of contacts. But as one HR person noted regarding their firm’s executive search, “You can’t fit 50 years of experience into 20, so it’s important to have a broad range of experience and age group priorities.”

Because they feel young, healthy and productive; older workers continue to stay in the labor force longer. The broader range of experience and expertise is a positive benefit to firms and the country because it stabilizes employment and keeps the economy expanding.

But there are differences.

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Employees born in the 1940s came of age in the 1950s and early ’60s, at a time of organizational hierarchies and monolithic media. They are able to grasp complex structures and objectives; an ear for sweeping, emotionally connecting narratives that unite rather than divide; and ability to not sweat the small stuff.

Employees born in the 1950s were shaped by intense innovation, from the postwar space race to Beatlemania to the civil rights, antiwar and women’s movements. They value structure but also rebel against it. They have a knack for being able to question authority and be authoritative, which is valuable when brand narratives must convince, engage and innovate.

Employees born in the 1960s formed their earliest memories during the time when cultural traumas like assassinations, protests, war, impeachment and riots shook the nuclear family. They get the promise, excitement and power of participation and transformation on a personal level.

Employees born in the 1970s — the grouchy pragmatists of Generation X are the least sentimental and most resourceful. They went to college before email and the internet but adapted and sparked the dot-com boom. They are often generation bridge-builders.

Employees born in the 1980s (Millennials) experienced 9/11 in their early teens and entered the workforce at the height of the financial crisis. They are hyper-connected, open-minded and have a surreal commitment to progress. They are intuitively connected and have a second-nature command of digital, mobile and social.

Employees born in the 1990s –– Generation Zers are just starting their careers. They came of age during a sluggish rebound from a financial crisis and use digital tools to facilitate connection, often more in the real world than on social media. Empathetic and accepting, they are realistic collaborators who are our next great hope.

It’s no longer a generational thing. The digital generation is every generation and management need to think less about specific age brackets.

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Same but Different – Today’s millennials share many of the common traits boomers did when they were their age … and many important differences.
The population shift of the profile of the prime (millennial, boomer) global worker entails a myriad of characteristics:

  • An older, more gender and ethnically diverse workforce, with increased interconnectivity, has become the standard.
  • Country of origin and ethnicity no longer dictate a worker’s geographical scope, especially with developing countries producing at least as many skilled, educated workers and managers as developed countries.
  • Working from remote locations no longer prevents employees from communicating with their colleagues, allowing teams to collaborate with ease across national borders and time zones.
  • Increased global connectivity means that workers can move around more frequently and might choose to migrate for both permanent and temporary jobs.
  • While 29 percent of today’s Boomer women were not in the labor force when they were ages 21–36, that’s true for fewer (26 percent) of today’s Millennial women.
  • Correspondingly, 71 percent of today’s Millennial women are employed in the civilian workforce, compared to 66 percent of Boomer women when they were that age.
  • Some 15 percent of today’s Millennial men are not in the labor force, almost twice the share (8 percent) of today’s Boomer men when they were the same age back in 1985
  • Some 79 percent of Millennial men today are employed in the civilian workforce, slightly below the 82 percent of today’s Boomer men back in 1985

Of course, blending the generations isn’t easy because they are … diverse.

Incidentally, Gen Xers are in an awkward position with Baby Boomers as one bookend and Millennials the other.

Women have been dealing with barriers and prejudices like this all their lives… and here we are!

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No Surprise Here – Regardless of the age group, individuals share common goals; but, as a general rule, their priority of importance varies with their relative age.
Their workplace priorities show more commonality than differences, which can be important to management.

In addition to tangible similarities, they also share professional priorities:

  • Having a boss you respect and trust
  • Interesting work
  • Fair treatment and respect
  • Empowerment
  • Achievement and accomplishment
  • Learning and growth

Each generation can learn from each other and benefit the organization, their team and themselves.

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All management has to do is listen to Mathilda, “If somebody didn’t do it one day or another, I probably would have done it myself.”

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Andy Marken
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Posted by rr1455 - July 21, 2018 at 3:31 pm

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The Scottsdale Resort has COOL deals on summer staycations

((SL Advertiser)) The Scottsdale Resort at McCormick Ranch has great deals on summer staycations

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Posted by rr1455 - July 20, 2018 at 10:42 am

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London Heathrow airport

London heathrow airport live stream last year. If you like it and want more please superchat and share. Hong Kong coming soon

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Posted by rr1455 - July 19, 2018 at 12:47 pm

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New Way to Install Generators- Smaller Size Green

Smaller sized Generator with Green

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Posted by rr1455 - July 17, 2018 at 4:01 pm

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Solar impulse comes to PHX and what you could see…

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Bertrand Piccard Solar Impulse Initiator,Chairman, Pilot 1999 Balloon to 2013 Solar Plane

– Interview with Bertrand Piccard Solar Impulse Initiator, Chairman and Pilot. Andre Borschberg and Bertrand Piccard are the founders of, pilots and driving force behind Solar Impluse. This is the first aircraft that can fly without fuel both day and night on solar energy. Listen to the interview by Roger Rohrs in Phx AZ after the landing of Solar Impluse last night 5/3/2012

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Staycation 2014 Omni Scottsdale Resort & Spa at Montelucia

Valley of the Sun residents can take advantage of Summer Staycation specials during the summer months, including the beautiful Omni Resort Montelucia. or for information

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Summer Driving Range Action – Coronado Golf Course in Scottsdale, AZ

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2014 CEO- Drew Alcazar Russo Steele Results Cost to Produce a Auction Russo and Steele Ceo Drew Alcazar tell us why you should sell your car here. Scottsdale, AZ is the premier auction location that provides all of the fundamental essentials which attract buyers and sellers from around the world. Russo and Steele's Scottsdale auction is the primary destination for automobile enthusiasts to buy and/or sell the very best in European Sports, American Muscle, Hot Rods, and Customs. Following with tradition, we are continuing with our signature "Auction in the Round" format, and will offer 5 days of Auction excitement and over 700+ classic cars. The Scottsdale auction event has a reputation for wild, action-filled, auction block excitement earning the honor of being "one of the major players in the Scottsdale scene. Rapidly upping their game in the last half decade to become a one-stop shopping venue for lovers of all manner of post-war vintage machinery, both domestic and imported" according to Hemmings Sports and Exotic Magazine.

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Posted by rr1455 - July 16, 2018 at 12:04 pm

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