Unfortunately, all of this results in a much higher cost of living. Germans are culturally accustomed to this and the system works for them. Most Americans would claim poverty if they had to live as most Germans do. Americans have a vastly different idea of what's "necessary" for living in comfort.
Try reading the MS SQL Server license guides. It's more complicated than the software itself and even has quick reference guides and instructions on how to read the guides. Most managers just say to buy the most expensive so they know they're covered.
- New cell phones to make uploading to instagram easier and faster
- New cameras to support communication with cell phones
- New cell phone towers so that photos can be uploaded anywhere
It may take fewer people to do a single job, but that makes the product cheaper and more available. Greater availability increases the need for all related services and products so the jobs just move to new areas. The key lesson is that job mobility is the most important skill to have for the future. All jobs will require computer skills.
It's easiest to think of MS as mice chewing the insulation off the wiring in your car resulting in short circuits and lost signals. Curing the disease would be getting rid of the mice. This treatment is like taking your car to the shop to have the wiring replaced, but the car is still full of mice that will eat the wiring again. The current treatments for MS just put the mice (mostly) to sleep, but they're still there and could awake at any time and some people's mice are more resistant than others.
If you chose to be your own boss, then there's only one person to blame when your boss treats you poorly. You do work for customers on your terms at a rent-a-coder site, not forced labor for a slave driver.
Obviously false statements, like calling the iPhone the first touch screen phone, show the ignorance of the writer. There are plenty of brilliant people inventing amazing new creations that are clearly beyond the comprehension of the writer. I've witnessed the invention of new molecules that bind pharmaceuticals and give them new properties and delivery methods. A new molecule is obviously an invention since it's parts are only atoms, but the advanced tools allowed the construction of the molecule.
This article certainly does not qualify as a new invention. It's just another version of Obama's "You didn't build that" ideals.
Besides for America to turn into a dictatorship would take the support of a good chunk of Americans. The dictatorship would probably be right wing religious with the majority of gun owners backing up the dictatorship as it is needed to stop those horrible liberals who only won the election due to immigrants or some such excuse.
Yes, it would most certainly be those right wing religious gun owners leading a revolution. The world has certainly never seen a revolution and dictatorship created by a party claiming that oppressed workers should take back the money from the rich oppressors. Revolutions start by convincing a majority that everything is someone else's fault. Revolutions often end with a single person seizing power during the chaos. It seems that Dryeo already believes the straw man arguments and there are likely a great many more.
Try this DC/DC ATX power supply which is designed for exactly this purpose: http://store.mp3car.com/M4_ATX_250W_Intelligent_DC_DC_PSU_p/pwr-031.htm
Why should you install a battery backup? Your van already has one and it's called a "car battery".
Inverters are horrendous. Why go from DC to AC to DC introducing noise and failure points when a DC/DC supply is cheap and reliable.
Forget the full size computer monitors and get a Lilliput that's designed to run on 12v DC
Build a Mini ITX computer with a fanless mobile Core 2 Duo like this: http://www.stealth.com/littlepc_625_fanless_print.htm
Spend LOTS of time reading the forums at MP3car.com
The key to any carputer installation is simplicity. Failure is garunteed so follow the KISS method to reduce the frequency. Also, feed the sound to a car stereo instead of directly to an amp. When you cross a train track and the carputer dies, you will be happy to be able to tune in the radio instead.