Terrorists are looking for reaction. We can fairly assume that they are going to tune their actions toward public exposure in any case. If reporters did not choose to report on any terrorist actions, they would simply find the next best thing. Perhaps spending more time working terror at the local level or moving toward bigger and more harmful actions in an attempt to gain a response.
While on the one hand you may be exciting evil doers who's actions were taken to prompt this kind of notoriety, you may also be leaving the public blind to potentially dangerous situations they may not otherwise have gotten themselves into. Some may say that IS stopped kidnapping reporters because there has been less publicity about it, but it might also be said that fewer reporters are putting themselves in those situations.
How can you say that Linus is wrong, if you haven't worked on the Linux Kernel?
That is what the statement was about "Linux kernel developers get hired".
Yes. Tesla is an exotic car maker. They thrill their owners who want nothing less than a very well designed car that is aesthetically satisfying. In the US the $7000 tax incentive can be taken off the bill on purchase. That means the $35,000 Tesla model 3 is actually $28,000, making it less than a BMW S3 before removing the monthly fuel cost.
If you are looking for an "economy" sub compact EV, you will be looking for some time. The energy density of LI batteries simply do not allow for the kind of range most people want in a car that small. You can't fit enough battery in there, even after they get the price of the battery down. Now I know that you are thinking there are plenty of mid sized cars out there that you could purchase for less than $28,000, you'd be right. But they won't be a Tesla.
So doing a little math, I may be corrected by someone, but here goes. $35000 - $7000 tax refund = $28000. 72 months at 3.7% (wife just got that, some people get better) is $434 per month, -$75 per month for gas (most people I know spend $100 or more on gas per month, and that's at current rates). That's $359 per month, after gas savings. That doesn't account for oil changes, or other normal servicing for internal combustion engines, so I'm giving it some leeway.
That, is actually no small feat. Look around at his major competitors, and tell me which ones you think are cutting edge based on the vision of their CEO. Having the ability to gather great minds, and get them to actually work together is an art in itself. He doesn't need to know everything about each individual field but he does have to understand enough to figure out who is on the ball and who isn't. What ideas he should invest in and when to cut his losses.
There are a lot of executives out there that are just bleeding companies dry, and a lot more who know how to administer, but have almost no clear vision of what their company should be in the future.
The Chevy Bolt is should be a 200 mile $30,000 electric car. The price estimated was, after the $7500 tax credit. Elon Musk said yesterday, that the model 3's price tag of $35000 is before the $7500 tax credit. Making the model 3 about $2500 cheaper.
Of course this is all speculative at this point. Chevy's car is only a concept car, and as we could see by looking at the volt concept may have nothing to do with the actual production model. The same can be said about the model 3 which we haven't even seen concept drawings of