Well no body lives forever, I think the Linux movement and community will go on long after Linus, me and anyone else who's in the open source movement passes on. Linux, is far larger than this question can encompass, Linux may splinter after Linus, but it will go on.
I drive for Uber, the one thing that doesn't on the surface fit is, actually paying a 40 person team enough to get them to jump ship. Uber is dirt cheap, ask a driver how they cut the fare rates and the drivers income regularly. I would have guessed with the success with Google's autonomous driving fleet et al, I am surprised they didn't partner with Google. Then again Uber is all about being vertically integrated and trying to own everything but the car in the equation, there by scoring all the benefits but mitigating legal exposure at the expense of the drivers. Automated cars will allow them to further reduce that, but as they are starting out at zero they will have to spend a lot of cash to make up the distance Google has already, and Uber doesn't strike me as being that smart, cheap yes but they seem to think they can make shortcuts with out consequences. personally I hope Google comes back with a Google cab to counter Uber.
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It hate to be negative, what was wrong with the old
The main priority of any website is that it works, the old one did. The new one looks sadly to be a buddy job, ya know, a job you give your buddy a job to keep them employed, and not really care what the consequences are. Ya know don't have to fix the old one, just go back to it and ditch the beta.
Great point and a good example of what you are referring to is "litecoin" google it
You are correct, he doesn't know what he's talking about , but can you ditch the self absorbing vitriol already, it makes you look like a jerk!
I own one, they are very good, but buy it a month before you plan to test so you can study it , it has a small but indepth manual you really should read.
I used to be a security guard at the National Interagency Fire Center "NIFC" in Boise. NIFC has got all those sensors you just mentioned and has been running for 25 years, its a war room setting a lot like the pentagons nosc, lotsa big screens that look a lot like the something out of wargames. Things like thermal sensors to spot fires from orbit and also orbital lightning strike detectors too. Really facinating to look at.
Someone check me on this, this sounds just like gpg/pgp that is available already and holds the keys in the same place. Did I miss something here, comments:
This beta is too busy and distracts from the stories. The stories are what drew me to slashdot, not the graphics, don't get me wrong pictures are nice but they aren't what drew me to this website, what drew me was the relevance of the information I could gain from looking on here. And that is what the beta should be doing, not thrusting a bunch of nameless pictures in the users face and expect them to be able to see a story in a picture. The problem in the pictures is they are only displaying a small fraction of the pictures your using, and not the whole picture. Linked started this a few months ago and honestly I now go directly to my profile page as the alleged home page is a useless wreck and totally unfriendly to use anymore. It's unwieldy and distracting. Please kill this change before I quit slashdot.
As technology grows so does the capability to automate almost any tast, I doubt it will be only at 45% in 20 years as I really suspect that it will be closer to double that or 90% as manufacturers are getting a mouth full of business as usual in china are looking for ways of saving money. Ways that don't include out sourcing and the unseen cost of training a new work force to manufacture product 'X' for the reduced price they want. Automated assembly lines are where most of the major manufacturers are heading to. Take Foxcom for instance when his workers started committing suicide at its high-rise factory in china when they began suffering from work related depression, Foxcom then hung nets to catch the suicidal workers, when the workers then went on strike, Foxcom(Alan, 2012) then announced they were going to automate their entire manufacturing process. The companies logic was that machines don't complain about work place stress or low pay they just work. There are a lot of reasons to automate industrial work as it relieves people from doing dangerous or just tedious work. But in business the bottom line no matter where you live is king. The real King of all reasons to automate is to save money, and automating a job does that. You just have to amortize the automation systems cost out through the saved wage expenses and expanded production capacity. When the cost to automate a job becomes the equivalent of four years of an employees cost to do the same job then automating then becomes attractive. Now if you want to have an debate on the ethics of the logic behind this business evolution, I would agree that I too find it distasteful, but, also totally unavoidable. Alan, F. ((2012, October 06)2012, October 06). Foxconn workers go on strike to protest working conditions while assembling the apple iphone 5. Retrieved from http://www.phonearena.com/news/Foxconn-workers-go-on-strike-to-protest-working-conditions-while-assembling-the-Apple-iPhone-5_id35255 (Alan, 2012)
BigLonn writes: Apparently the "NightWatch" a blog published by Kforce, Inc. has some unsettling observations on what the mainstream media is not covering in the Syrian chemical attack, that points to the possiblity of a misinformation campaign concerning the entire story. Normally I wouldn't put much stock in this but Kforce, Inc. is a Fed Contractor.
Link to Original Source
Link to Original Source
I had never heard of this apparent, daily report, but I have heard of the organization that produces it, its from a contractor for the FED's. The reports assertions are more than a little disturbing, especially when it starts asking really uncomfortable questions along with just as unsettling observations halfway through the article. http://www.kforcegov.com/Services/IS/NightWatch/NightWatch_13000189.aspx
Remember folks political organizations many times employ people based on politics. The big loss here will come from the inevitable law suit from this guy on the state, the department and the the guy personally. You know no pain until you get humiliated in a pretrial deposition hearing where there are no limits to the outrage they can pull on you oh and yes in civl court there is no 5th amendment, just answering the questions they ask, failure to do so is contempt of court.The real losers arent the litigation participants so much as the tax payers of Florida that will be on the hook, win or lose for the court costs.