Without passenger trains, road traffic to and from Paris would grind to an halt, literally, frozen solid. I suppose people would commute walking to their 50 km away jobs, making train not necessary, not at all.
Sure, it might be fine to collect garbage in the neighboorhood, but what happens when you want to take the wife and kids to vacations a few states away ?
Ubiquitous good education will do the world a lot of good.
"so good it's illegal !"
Heard a few milenia ago: "Sails sounds great, but how do they push the boat when there's no wind ? I'm surprised the smart people in Constantinople don't realise that. *plonk*"
Stop nitpicking, we aren't on a technology website or something.
To finally lift linux to the level of a real OS like Windows, with reboots after upgrade and the equivalent of bluescreen when everything-and-the-kitchen-sink-d crashes.
As soon as Amazon, Google and other *big businesses* have their drone business models ready, politicians left and right will be boug* err, lobyied and commercial drones will happen.
At this rate *North Korean* will have faster internet soon
With you at the wheel we would all be living in a nuclear wasteland already. You have to read the propaganda from both side, there are no "good guys" side.
Then Space-X will fail to consistently deliver payload, people will simply stop using their services, and you'll be happy. Relax. They are doomed.
I'm in the exact same situation and hope that Australia shaft Steam deep and hard. I haven't spent a single euro on Steam since, but still got whatever game I was interested in legally and downloadable on Steam. Granted it was mostly indie games, and those always offer Steam code because Steam is admitedly freaking good, despite it's abysmal policies.
Well, is there a best way to know your consuming habits than to sell and deliver everything ?
Rejoice. Soon everything will be assembled by robot and we'll _all_ live in abject poverty.
Is obviously a cluster of at least five different nozzles, all built in different facillities spread over several representatives' districts.