You've entirely missed the point. If there aren't enough jobs POSSIBLE for everyone, that doesn't magically turn someone unemployed lazy. It means that society is changing, and they happened to be unlucky.
This is exactly why we should continue to support AOL. They would never pull something like this.
So you get Pandora in your car, but you open Pandora's box. What's more important?
What's to stop someone from forcefully taking down an Amazon drone, then placing it into a Faraday cage while they disassemble it and get the free hardware?
I work for a few small businesses. You might be surprised how many are trying to get a tablet that runs their existing Windows applications.
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I mean.. technically.. that it again and again.
I'll go against the push button responses on here and say that it definitely might be the future. As systems become complex enough that we need UML diagrams to visualize what's happening, this is like taking the UML and actually turning it into code. It gets really interesting when you're capable of making your own flows out of existing flows to simplify your task. Why can't it complement code and not replace it?
Now just try to see/feel orientation for the port itself.
What's worse? Killing a dog, or controlling it with a shock collar?
But then you might have to make your roof bigger.. still bankrupting you.
Let's look at the different types of walled gardens we've been seeing: Apple - Completely closed off without some scrutiny, both paid and unpaid Ubuntu - Add any sources you want, includes paid Steam - Majority paid, they own your licenses These are different beasts. Steam is accepted here because it will bring Linux more into the mainstream. The reality is that Steam is far worse than any walled garden we've ever seen before. Be careful what you wish for.
Ease of use is still an obstacle, domain configuration issues, office document compatibility, thousands of windows only applications. We still have a way to go, but it's getting closer.
Think of a body shop simply printing out an identical body panel for you after an accident.
I started off with AMD cards maybe 6 years ago before I tried an NVIDIA card. It really is just a smoother experience overall. I don't know what it is, but I've been shying away from building any new systems with an AMD lately.