So I provided the tech support for apple products and quickly moved my way to providing support on other bigger, better tech they have.
Apple tech is actually cool. I wish I had the money for it. That's not just programming saying that- they have some really cool tech.. That place freaked me out though.
One day they gave me an hour lunch and I went across the street to another tech support company, placed an application and got in on their training.
Providing the upper level support for the verizon cellphone company. Yes
I had access and USED the access level I had (in doing my job providing my services to customers) and located the towers used by that cellphone giant.
but things never did add-up. but we knew that already.
I sat through another 3 week training/programming course about how cell towers work and everything.
Yes they are placed by population density.
Yes they are placed to inundate an area in 3-D form.
No it isn't for cellphone reception LOL but we knew that.
I'm going to sway off topic, a bit- this could start another topic but I'll mention this here. I'm not pointing a finger at apple or verizon, well not exactly.
Don just mentioned nanotech. The next generation nanotech is running on orgone. its actually alive but tied into the stuff we're balancing.
I mention this Not to cause alarm, rather opposite.
We Know what to do about that. Live good and boost, basically. Watch for it, not in a paranoid way, of course but keep aware.
I came across this tech in Kansas and watched its behavior on my travels across the united states.
At the time, it was a mercury-based cinnabar nanotech bug. a bunch of them, they thrived in the afternoon sun and would move in a jittery way and nearly freeze the moment they left the sunlight.. their behavior was very interesting.
my stating this and getting into something that might well be out of line in this forum setting as I don't have the blue-prints on that tech...
I'll have a discussion with someone in the next couple of days and go over that in more detail, best I can.
That was a learning experience, working for the verizon support place. I provided the upper-most level of support offered by verizon to customers.
I could look at detailed maps showing where every V tower was at. That was cool.
EW is open for the general public to read and my name is attached to this post-
so... I'll end by saying, I used the tools they provided me in a way that Best served the people in their network.