Seems like they did.
While an interesting point, it's not quite that good. I don't believe any more updates are being pulled from OSM. Only the initial base maps used OSM in some areas.
It seems you missed the 'Unless you install a bunch of more expensive equipment'?
Or maybe cost of the system is totally irrelevant to you.
Hahahaha. Powdered bacon perhaps?
Err, don't you expect to have any sun for 4 days? Why would you need the batteries to last for all 4 days? (confused...)
I thought this was a really cool idea until I talked to someone locally why has a solar install on their house. They mentioned that most current installs use the local grid and syncronize the AC to it. If the local grid goes down, you are down as well. They don't have a battery bank either, rather rely on selling daytime power back to the power company, then doing the reverse at night, buying local power for the house. Unless you install a bunch of more expensive equipment, you are out of power when the local grid goes off as well.
That's hilarious. He's already 80.
APIs... no kidding. I hear you on that. Who needs a language anymore?
I think that's my favorite part. I only read
but it's mostly masturbatory super hacker fantasy
That's a fun quote, thank you!
Err, and how would my credit card company get my email password? This article is rather silly...
Oh no! Could Apple be right?