But he's not doing what SpaceX is already doing.
SpaceX is going into orbit, while Bezos is staying in the sub-orbital tourist ghetto with the likes of Virgin and XCOR.
OH BOY! A BASE ON THE MOON! Yeah, sure, maybe it would have happened by 2029 at the rate NASA works these days, have you seen how the Senate Launch System keeps missing its milestones? And what exact value is a base on the moon? A lot of scratchy moon dust to give everybody silicosis? Helium-three (giggle) for (hahaha) fusion power (giggle *SNORT*)?
An orbital space station is much more useful because we need to learn to do things in zero-gee (like, say for getting to Mars), and the moon ain't gonna do that.
No, that would be "Crashing App Grinds Dozens of Flights to a Halt".
The proper image should be of large copper cables attached between planes and large metal stakes in the ground.
I think that's a likely cause. I doubt they're updating the app (executable) on a regular basis and pushing the update, when it's only the data that changes regularly. All it takes is one glitch in a weekly data update, and one bad switch statement to cause a program to crash.
Proper error handling is one of the most important things in keeping things running (especially in unattended systems), but one of the harder things to get right, because it's hard to test (as in QA) for every possible unexpected input. You have to get a bit paranoid with your coding, because garbage input really is out to get you.
The moon comes crashing to earth, the sun explodes and the spark of life on earth is extinguished
Then restore from the last save and add more struts.
I actually started drinking Diet Coke years ago because of the aspartame. I had one too many cans of Coca-Cola that just tasted awful (this was in the Coke Classic era after the New Coke fiasco), and found that the aspartame in Diet Coke not only tasted better, but consistently better.
I think one of the reasons that regular Coca-Cola tasted bad may have been because I don't care much for drinking them really cold, and the HFCS was probably tasting bad when it wasn't chilled. Aspartame has its own problems (it's not shelf stable at neutral pH, but perfect at soda-water acidity), and to me it has a bitter "before-taste" (in contrast to saccharine's bitter after-taste) giving it a bite that I actually sort of like.
And I really do not like saccharine. I'm old enough to remember Diet Pepsi from the '80s. It was absolutely awful. And really, all this got started when cyclamates got a bad reputation. It's actually still banned in the US, due to a lack of motivation to remove the ban.