I'd point her the door.
Please for the love of code, change the name!
It is a lot better than libiberty:
I have an iPhone!
I regard journalists, even those at Fox News, as higher than actors and hollywood middle-men, like netflix.
At least journalists are trying to tell *real* stories, twisted or not.
The sooner they render themselves obsolete the better.
Mix this with self-heating powder, and you can make the perfect on-the-go gluhwein!
Without plate tectonics, carbon would build up in the atmosphere
Why is that?
Just like a company can hire 1000 people, a company could hire a 1000 companies.
Those companies, are, however still able to work for other companies as they see fit.
So the "economies of scale" are automatically transformed into a hierarchical structure, where each component is easily replaced by another component.
Just allow companies to only grow up until they have, say, 1000 employees.
After that, they can only split.
What this solves:
No more conglomerates, companies form modular structures, output of 1 company can be reused by another company at a useful granularity.
This leads to much more competition, where previously only monopolies or quasi-monopolies were possible.
This, in turn, reduces and redistributes power.
The problem with "artistic" blur: shrink the image a bit, and the blur is gone!
(Try it and be amazed).
No, some parallel programming
You could install a threadmill behind your desk.
Unless it is haunted by a Maxwell demon.
The problem with that is that it will cool down the inside of the Earth.
You can have a look at the movie "The Core" to see what will happen then...
Perhaps we have moved towards an "on-demand" style of consuming.
We're not reading an article anymore because an editor assumed we had to read it.
Instead, we're reading an article because we were actively looking for it.