Some people seem eager for self driving cars but an autonomous vehicle carrying passengers seems to raise a lot of flags. Why not put them into service, initially, as delivery vehicles. Would that be easier to get through regulators than the airborne option?
For office areas or dedicated A/V rooms, consider some type of raised flooring for easier cable management. If you have a workshop, do it in there to help with power distribution and dust collection.
And that she likes pina coladas
I would have thought AFLAC would have handled that for him.
The same engineers that designed my Toyota. They thought it would be a good idea to have to replace rear signal lights by remove a panel inside the car and reaching in about 18 inches to TRY to turn the bulb socket in order to remove it. Obviously, the were hoping to sell robots like this to people who needed to replace their turn signals. At least I am not bitter about it.
so says Pootie Tang
I was eating my soup, read this stupid article, and my spoon went away.
with a targeting system and and you can vaporize a small target from space: The Crossbow project.
Just have a tube on the front of the robot that you....what? I AM serious. Stop laughing! Oh, never mind.
Is it different if I yell 'Fire' in a crowded movie or if I tweet it? Fifty years ago if the government wanted to monitor communications or get customer records from a company what did they do? If someone hacks my computer and locks up my files for ransom, why is that different from breaking into my home and stealing my file folders? I know there are scale factors: customer records for hundreds vs tens of thousands (or more), breaking into one house at a time vs hacking a million systems with one email, etc. but why does all of this have to be re-invented? It seems like we (government) make it more complicated than it needs to be. Just wondering. (Please do not tell that it is all just different just because it is on a computer. I have been in the business for 30 years, build my own computers, read 2600, etc. so I have some exposure to the field.)
The OP was looking for people to describe the process in detail and the best answer would get the job offer. Welcome to Slashdot: The interview board.
MS certainly does test their upgrades. I have been a beta tester for years: Every time I press that icon that says "You have updates available"
Forgive me, I had to.
I normally hang up on these but one day I was in a 'playful' mood, so I acted very interested and very stupid: "You can lower my interest rate that much! Wow! That would be great!" He told me that he "was not some scammer trying to sell me vacation to Floriday" and he just needed my CC number. I kept the guy on the phone for almost 15 minutes while I 'looked for my credit card'. I kept asking silly questions until I finally said, "So, I think I might actually be interested in that Florida vacation". At that point he realized I was just drawing the call out. His response was "All I can say to you is eat s&*t and die. You are a real f&*k and go to hell". I felt bad for being mean (for about 2 seconds) then played the recording I made for my wife who that it was really funny.
If they could just mount that on a small EM rifle