Youtube flint knapping.
I like the IntelliJ family for other stuff.
My 15 year old me is kicking me for saying this, but learning how to integrate into society, listening to other people's thoughts, and learning how to agree and disagree without going all Fox News screamy-shouty goes a long way. Learning to know how to build consensus or at least know when to build consensus (and when to go your own way).
Competition: learning how to win and how to lose without making a complete douche of yourself in either instance. You won't win every battle in the workplace, in your academic endeavors, in your love life; learn how to deal with it, learn how to learn from it, etc.
Learn how to set goals and how to take steps to achieve those goals.
These aren't tech specific, but I'd wager if a student can master any of these, they can do well in whatever field they wish to enter.
So... how many years would you have given it, at a cost of a billion dollars a day? Hrm? And how would you pay for it, hrm? 12 fucking years in the hole and yet YOU STILL WANT TO STAY THERE. Fuck off and die.
How many more can you fit in the same footprint as a traditional windmill, though? And could one build them at different heights to take advantage of more vertical windspace? And then could you hook them up to a keyboard and have some mad scientist play them like a pipe organ?
I'd love to see them fly into an asteroid.
Judo is pretty cheap. One can frequently find classes at the local YMCA for $10-20/month. BJJ, on the other hand, is very proud of what they offer. If you can find lessons for $100/month or less, good luck!
GODDAMNED CYBORGS WILL BE THE DEATH OF US ALL!!!!11!1!!!!!!!
my apologies to silicon valley. liberties taken with actual quote.
The amusing part will be that the water bottlers will most likely just run the "recycled" water through an industrial RO unit (if we're lucky) so we'll still be getting the same damned water, just with a shiny label and a higher pricetag.
I can't wait until the peeping toms start posting videos all over youtube captured using their remotely piloted quad+ copters.
Shit, sign me up. Not everyone needs a a 1500 square foot single family dwelling. I wish there were MORE of these, especially here in LA where we're facing housing shortages.
The only real problem I have with Uber is their insistence that they are not a taxi service. Their weasel wording attempt at trying to redefine their business using semantics triggers every bullshit alarm and it sounds like they're trying to pull a fast one. If they would just admit to being a taxi service, require their drivers to carry full commercial insurance, and focus on being the best goddamned taxi service in the world and following the rules that are in place to protect consumers (and drivers), I'll be happy to support them. If they wish to overhaul the taxi regulations, I'll be happy to hear their arguments and then vote (literally) my decision. As it stands, I can't support such asshattery disguised as "freedom". I can't wait to see a startup that dumps radioactive waste into the ocean because they're just tired of the radioactive waste lobby preventing new players from entering the market and besides, who needs the invasive regulations of the EPA? While we're at it, let's get some child labor up in here. Tiny hands = tiny solder joints.
First, we have to find the alien reactor...
Send me some job links. I'm in my 40s and looking to get off the cutting edge and settle down into maintenance mode code bases. I was *built* for drudge work.
What region are you in? Most of the COBOL stuff I've been exposed to are with