I just can't imagine a lightweight electrical drone having a delivery radius of more than 2-3 miles. A moving base station would make these drones much more more efficient.
I just had a crazy idea. Imagine a delivery truck driving down a major highway (or side road as they would probably have to be going slowly) while drones flock back and forth from the truck, picking up packages and delivering them to nearby houses. You could cover several parallel streets at once.
Or how about just install a decent intelligent voice system/menu. Every car system I've ever used has been crap-tastic. "Call Dave", you said "Call Carl, calling carl...ring.. ring. ", Crap (press cancel), "Main menu, what would you like to do". (press cancel). "Calling Carl.. ring ring."..
The document said the people who were being followed, had very few contacts with terrorism and that they were speaking to non radicals in an attempt to get them to join them.
The "fee" is the cost of maintaining the grid and power-lines.
"What I want to know is who they had to waterboard to get insurance companies to provide information about their policies written at a 6th-grade level..."
Arguably no one. Much of the point in the exchange was that it provides a few tiers of identical insurance levels that don't allow for dropping of preexisting conditions or much BS. This is why these plans cost a bit more than the really cheap cut rate plans, because they can't drop you for the most part. So in reality the government set the standard, which is readable at a 6th grade level and let insurance companies provide policies that conformed with it. (Insurance companies could choose to offer plans on the exchanges or not, the exchange policies are very simplified and controlled, all health insurance can't drop you for preexisting conditions, but non exchange policies may be more complicated)
Little secret, Dell Laser Printers are generally re-branded Xerox or Lexmark. I've been running a Dell Color Laser 2130cn that cost me $400 originally in 2005 for 8 years now only changing the ink maybe 4 times so far (ok no I don't print all that much). But the sucker has never failed me one.
Google whatever Dell printer that interest you, you can generally find people mention what printer its a rebrand of.
Well we'd first need to start by applying the 3 laws of robotics....
If you mount your Windows harddrive in Linux without using Encryption you can access all your Data?
Not news at all. You can do this on any operating system of any type assuming your not using an encrypted system.
It was decided a while back that while you can't copyright an individual record of a database that contains public information. You can copyright the database in its entirety.
If a duplicated exactly every record of your million record database, its a good chance I just copied it instead of collected the data myself. If I copy your 10 record database exactly, or public information, can you really prove I copied your database?
But how is Uber a "bad company". It sounds like they are completely sticking to their clearly laid out payment system. Shes simply arguing that their payment system is bad for 1) Taking a 10% cut of everything including tips. 2) Charging a $1 booking fee, 3) Not reimbursing for gas/maintenance.
All the drivers understand the payment system and agree to it, if it wasn't a fair deal, people wouldn't be doing it. These people certainly aren't "employees" by any stretch of the imagination.
I honestly can't remember when I joined. I wish I knew. 22k, whoop!
I see we are UID dropping here?
Your right, I need to go home... long day..
Was thinking Thunderbird and Sunbird.