Liability law needs to be rewritten... whoever inputs the bad command should be responsible for the accident if there is one. Therefore, there must be "black box" logging telling where the command came from. If the analysts say the car control people sent the command, then they're the ones who have to pay.
Most "driverless car" situations involve a human with controls sitting on the other side of a radio signal connection... if the human in the car and controller in the "studio" can't match, then they're going to end up fighting over the wheel, and it'll be impossible to determine the proper angle.
Server Guy: I only want to give my information to the people who lead to ad revenue or sales, everyone else is a waste of my server.
User: I want access to all of Internet, not just some of it.
We're going to have a problem here....
Guess they only implement the even numbered IP sets... IPv8 anyone?
In another thread, somebody pointed out that it was the Washington Post was divested from the Washington Post Company, leaving it as The Slate Group because they sold the piece that generated the company name.
I don't think you need a new currency for that... just providers willing to track fractions of a penny. Right now, there's nobody offering that service, but it could be implemented once somebody figures out the right way to charge fees for that.
Okay... so Washington Post Company sold the Washington Post... how confusing. Thanks for the correction.
"So you're the cookie-blocker coming from IP address......" Sorry, sites will figure out who you are somehow.
That's a roller-coaster chart. Two incidents of being propped up... then a solid downhill with a few bumps for the rest of the time. Wasn't this near a zero three years ago? Guess where it's headed back to...
IPv6 didn't improve enough to be two versions ahead... let's start work on IPv7+!
It wasn't possible until Amazon wrote an API that notices a title an inserts the correct listing on their site. Remember, Bezos owns both WaPo and Amazon....
The content-sales line has been blurred beyond repair. In-text ads like this has been a dream of the ad buyers since day one of the web, and they're starting to become acceptable. It's now inappropriate to talk about a title in Amazon's collection without a hyperlink to that page, and Amazon will gladly pay on a sale of that item from a customer that comes that way.
I don't think it's a second currency needed as much as there needs to be an organizer for small change transactions... there's a reason why candy bars went to $1 or more, allowing a 40 cent transaction via debit card isn't profitable. PayPal's an example of such a thing, but it's reputation has been trashed in the past.
Slate is the national online magazine that the Post bought from Microsoft about a decade ago. So, it's a co-owned property. Seems like they programed the Post's website whenever a title is mentioned, link to the appropriate Amazon page.
The thing is, blocking Slashdot ads can cause you to miss things. I wouldn't know about UDoo or their obvious problem without that ad.