Free content is not necessarily a good thing. There are too many sites which just make up useless content in order to have a place to show the ads and make money. I think it is much worse to waste time reading what ends up being useless content than seeing ads around a good article.
Great I wasted 10 seconds reading your post and some more replying.
That is only a problem if in the end when making a decision you don't pay attention to what you are buying and if that is the case then why bother discussing the issue.
I am sure most people are ready for their boss to be replaced by a robot. And not some genius robot, just a competent one would do.
I am happy to live in a country where you cannot get arrested for posting some photo in facebook of a burning thing. You would also not get arrested for burning some national symbol (except maybe for a live national bird).
And I am happy for the puppy.
better yet get the thing fixed and don't go over the speed limit?
I am less worried about police abuse than organized crime and government corruption. Perhaps they should just let the police do their job and then keep an eye on them so they do it properly, but messing with them is not going to solve anything.
He clearly said he thinks it works for him. It also works for me and all my coworkers. I guess it doesn't work for other people but what do I know. I know I had to put some hours into making it work for me, I encourage others to do the same. I am not a road block.
Only those who fight for their rights have rights.
Not really. Babies and mentally or physically impaired people also have rights.
Robots that are not programmed to know about rights, and therefore cannot fight to protect them, do not.
So if someone programs a robot to lecture you on rights and get real nasty if you don't agree with it, it does have rights? Sounds like just a crazy machine to me and an inhumane disconnection might be in order.
Also, there are many examples of groups of people who are fighting for rights and not getting anything. In the least robot rights should be considered only when human rights are properly figured out.
I smoke a ton of weed and wouldn't care if they made baby food out of it, but it can trigger psychotic episodes in mentally ill people.
Everyday life can trigger psychotic episodes in mentally ill people.
So can odd noises, squirrels, religion and the voices that only they hear.
yeah, those squirrels... they can be real assholes. Especially when they get high on drugs!!! http://blog.etherea.org/archives/000189.html
If some other company from outside the US does what Netflix does they would not be bound by these rules I suppose?
On the other hand more people who were born with normal hearing are now going deaf and at younger ages because of damage produced by excesive noise (from having earphones too loud, from more powerfull sound equipment at discos, etc). So maybe it could just get worse. Also these implants are not available/affordable everywhere and that could take a long while to fix.
It seems perverted to let lose on the Earth these pre-damned souls to mingle with the good guys. Could you please provide references to the studies the show what you are saying? Surely you wont expect me to take your word for it on such important matters. Thanks
The title sure looks strange. I guess for some people the event would occur at their night, but the important people today are the ones who are in daylight at the time and can see it and send photos for the rest of the world to see. Probably some of them are also slasdotters and will also wonder about the eclipse "tonight" article.
I wonder if this would really prevent people from doing it. For the kind of money this guy is saving he probably will live happilly enjoying what the rest of the world has to offer, I doubt he would pay that kind of money just for having the opportunity to visit the U.S. Lost of people from the U.S. retire in other places anyway