At least with FOSS, you can quickly identify and fix problems that show up. Proprietary software fixes only happen when they have no other choice but to fix it.
I agree that it is totally screwed up.
This works for both the power user and the casual user. Sit down to the Windows 8 computer. Make sure you have a Windows 7/Mac OS/Linux computer next to you. Now the moment you get confused about the Windows 8 screen, go to your other computer and click Google. Then type how to
That is how I do it for Win 8 and Server 2012, and I have been using Microsoft since DOS 1.0 days.
Several types of systems could be developed including competing ones. But if you think about this, it could backfire on Amazon, because if there are local operators that offer the service to local merchants, and since Amazon now has to pay sales tax, the local merchants may be able to compete with Amazon.
You are right about altitude the higher up the stronger the winds and lower the temperature and air pressure. Some engineers would have to determine the optimal flying range of those parameters for the drone.
If you live in Chicago, regardless of where it originates it has to fly down your street to your house or apartment and if it is windy, it could be a problem.
In Chicago, that would be every day. There is a reason they call it the Windy City.
I am concerned about the technical challenges, such as a 10 pound drone being buffeted by 25 mph gusts of wind, can it stay on track?
Greenwald will be dead before this is released. An accident of course.
What it really is affecting their freedom through tenure to do whatever they please rather then trying to serve the public as they should be by teaching. I hope this kills the concept of tenure, having absolute job security is analogous to having absolute power, IMHO.
The concept is simple, both Unity and Gnome Shell say do it our way or hit the highway. We hit the highway. One size does not fit all, nor does one desktop pattern fit all work flows. If your workflow is simple, then Unity is great for you. But those of use that need more flexibility we have to move on.
Over the inflexible desktop user interface. Now it's official.
And get it over with.