- 1 in 4 use a cell phone
- 1 in 4 are talking to a passenger
- 1 in 4 are eating/drinking
- 3 in 4 would be eliminated if a modest amount of competency processing rapidly evolving environments while simultaneously operating a vehicle were required to obtain/maintain a license.
No. This is worse, way worse. While Microsoft has difficulty in executing things, they still maintain a basic respect for their customers. Facebook on the other hand has demonstrated time and again their absolute lack of scruples and moral integrity when it comes to monetizing their users.
This saddens and depresses me. I had such optimistic hope for Oculus.
The DSN doesn't appear to be that terribly over-booked.
BTW: we're talking about Opportunity not Curiosity. Either way, I'm sure university students would love a chance at that thing and wouldn't charge a penny. There's still plenty to be learned from Opportunity, and last I knew it hadn't even reached it's last science destination.