A problem that is further compounded by an economic environment where people are compromising a short commute in order to obtain employment.
The survey was taken by a "coupons" web site. In other words, a self-selected group of gullible morons that click on those "you're our millionth visitor," "is your phone slow" banner adds. Further, in looking at the results some of the highlights found the LA Time article are well within the range of "noise" answers.
Build two buildings with a certain concrete, one a billion dollar mega project, the other a five million retail space. The moment the building collapse of the five million dollar project is suggested to be caused by the deficiencies of the concrete the billion dollar mega project gets branded a death trap.
So do you take a razor to the LG and Sony labels too on your other electronic devices as well?
Objective analysis of the world around them is very much an appropriate thing to teach your children. Not everything is pink ponies and Power Rangers. People with power and authority need to be viewed critically not abjectly. Neither does everyone live their lives with the values you hold. That said, the depth into which your children are introduced should be proportionate to their maturity. Dark may not be so bad, but deep depravity not so appropriate.
The maintenance on EVs are negligible, a fact that for instance prompts many Nissan dealers to marginalize, even avoid stocking the Leaf altogether. Wiper blades, alignments, and tires. Check the maintenance schedule on them. There really isn't much to do, it's most just a bunch of inspections. The usable life on Tesla battery packs will easily outlast the average life of an ICE retaining 85% capacity at 100,000 miles.
First and foremost it is considered a disruptive and transformative technology; it's one of Elon's pets; and it's an aspirational product for geeks. All of which, but especially the first point mean that any Tesla article will attract a sizable crowd.
I find it interesting that HUDs and other augmented reality devices are being implemented for soldiers on the battlefield, aircraft, cars, etc. but somehow when that augmented reality display combines wearable and car it becomes as dangerous as a dumb*** taking his eyes of the road to text on his mobile. I would assert that given the same kinds technology are being implemented with goals of improving outcomes on the battlefield, provide safer air travel, remove the need take your eyes of the road to look down at the dashboard in cars, etc. that the burden of proof rests with the regulators not the other way around. Show me evidence that eating a cheeseburger, adjusting the radio, smoking a cigarette, putting on makeup, turning around to yell at your brats in the back seat, or any other among countless unregulated activities are less dangerous than wearing an augmented reality display while driving. The conspiracy theorist in me wonders if this has more to do with Google Glass' ability to provide for easy monitoring of law enforcement.
That's easy to answer. It's impossible given the current broadband environment.
Oh come now, are you telling me you wouldn't want Google to park itself in South L.A.? I mean come on, think of the attraction that would have for all those 20 somethings. "Why play the video game when you can live it? Grand Theft Auto: Google edition"
This guy is a web monkey that spent his day playing drag and drop games in a UI editor. From his perspective, yes, the IDE made him a bad programmer. The trouble is, what he's talking about really isn't an IDE in the complete or even normal sense. An IDE is a toolbox with many tools, a saw, a hammer, a screwdriver, perhaps even a CNC machine, but ultimately writing software isn't about sitting down and George Jetsoning the CNC machine all day. If that's what you've done with your software development career that's unfortunately, but don't blame toolbox, blame the carpenter.
This is the government wanting more intrusive access into your phone. This doesn't have a damn thing to do with theft. Android already has a "where the ****" is my phone, as well as wiping features exposed through Google's device manager service. If you want another party to have access to such functionality you can make that party administrator of your phone such as is often done when connecting your phone to your company's Exchange server.
for continued smooth access to Comcast's network customers
Sounds like extortion and for that matter a bald faced lie. When the hell did I ever get "smooth" access to Netflix over Crapcast's network?