And yes, if you're left foot braking you're doing things horribly, horribly wrong. Doubly so for heel-toe. [...] Keep the fancy foot work for the track and dance floor, drive properly on the road.
OK, I've read some of the following discussion and you're all making interesting points. But in the world of "Everyone has an anecdote" I have an anecdote: My current car, a Mazda RX-8 was bought used, and the synchros in second and third gear were knackered. Second was essentially unsynchronized and third was a 50/50 proposition. The only way to drive with any fluidity was to heel-toe. And heel-toe saves wear and tear on the remaining synchros - drove that beastly gearbox for 6 years before finally replacing the box.
Dropping the bundle boosts the internet-only portion a good bit but it would still be cheaper. Even with $18 / month for Netflix and Amazon Prime.
But still, it's a pain and seeing as how I've used months and years-old emails to defend a position, I miss the extra memory.
-Keep every e-mail.
I have every
But the policy forbids that as well.
Couple *THIS* atrocity with the fact our online storage works out to about six week of email, assuming few attachments. I don't know how many times prior I was saved by being able to track down a spec discussion / project commitment / code snippet from a few months ago or longer. Now I just tell people, "Sorry, per policy I had to delete the email you sent, can you retype it all and resend?"
Kinda like the AI in an anti-lock breaking system.
No wonder Kurzweil et. al. are so against AI - It's gonna do something horrible to our Google/GM/Uber self-driving cars and kill us aaaaaaaallllllllll!