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HP and muffler growl will go away as concerns. Even exterior looks will fade as a point of care as car sharing and on-demand ride services take over from individual ownership.
Now, after two similarly sized Agile projects, all I can say is it seems to be an excuse for developers to skip QA/QC procedures "because we're already into the next scrum" and end up with a mess that doesn't come close to matching the original specification at the end blaming changing requirements and "developmental issues" during the scrum process. I just turned down a contract that explicitly required Agile coding because I don't have any confidence that the end user will be satisfied with the results.
Over most of history spying has saved lives more than taken them.
I'm fairly certain that while spying by "our" side has probably saved many of "our" lives, it has also probably been used to take many of "their" lives. As well as spying by "their" side being a root cause of them taking many of "our" lives.
Fit any of your own designations of who "our" and "their" are into that sentence, and I'd bet it holds true.
Not quite pennies, especially in today's limited job market. The most dedicated drivers I know, after the first couple of months using their own car, use their profits to buy a just-young-enough semi-beater to take all the depreciation and save their own car for strictly personal mileage
*full disclosure* Not a rideshare driver, but I sure have been considering it.
All this does is provide emergency shade/shelter from rain. It completely fails to provide: 1) potable water containment, 2) grey/black water containment, 3) cooking facilities, 4) sanitary facilities, 5) perishable goods storage, 6) personal goods storage, 7) any form of even temporary privacy, 8) any form of air conditioning or even ventilation, 9) any form of power for receiving news , maintaining contact, or even doing useful work outside daylight hours.
This would scale less well than tents, for equivalent protection/amenities, and in no way be a long term housing solution for families waiting for an area to rebuild, as many of the FEMA trailers turned into.
So, I'm certain that given the average demand for Slashdotter's emissions, the Earth probably has more than enough supply until the Sun expands into a red giant.
Now what time source my IoT toaster will use, to brown my bread for exactly 23.5439263 seconds, starting at precisely 13minutes and 4.5098 seconds after local dawn... THAT I am concerned about!
a service to have charging trucks come out to you to you should you run out of charge (maybe even heading to the point where you would run out of charge before it even happens so that there's no wait)
Hmm... I wonder if there is money to be made with some sort of "in air refueling" type scheme. huge truck consisting mainly of batteries or charged super caps pulls up behind a Model S, extends a rigid charging plug (appropriately penis shaped), and inserts it into a port mounted in the center of the rear trunk. Rapid charge exchange, credit account is debited, and the truck pulls away to go to the next customer. All performed at highway speeds...
3. Filling out
So... Tax forms really are inevitable?