if not outright fabrication. No way that's Boston MA. The cars are moving in an orderly fashion and at reasonable speed.
or a QA question or a bruised ego question. Probably a bit of all. In my main field, education, talent is certainly being decentralized. Khan academy, TED, 826 are wonderful things, they will not supplant school buildings in the near term. Everyone is capable of learning, everyone is capable of teaching. Is everyone capable of running a classroom or a school? Likely not. Ditto applications. Is everyone capable of problem solving? Sure. Is everyone capable of coding them? The HyperCard experience pushed the needle in the direction of "yes". Is everyone capable of staffing a software company and shipping an application / OS / database / network solution on schedule at cost to the satisfaction of a boss / manager / bean counter / industry standard? No, and maybe that's not the only way to think of things. But the experience of getting a computer to help solve a problem or make a discovery or automate something or create a new form of expression is something that is worth experiencing. FOSS is in its infancy in terms of how to deal with it and how to share it on a large scale - not just for those who know the same bag of tricks as the people who are creating it. Yes, there's some great FOSS out there, but for the average user, it's like trying to find a radiator cap for a '36 Ford. It can be had, but not on the shelf at the local store and not without some legwork and chin scratching.
We don't make one of these amazing things, so you shouldn't have one of these scary things.
People have called Buzz Aldrin thin-skinned and he only spent 12 days in space... To be fair he had a pretty annoyingly goofy person provoking him, not sure who could keep their cool under those conditions.
The freakin' laptop still runs a week on 4 AA batteries. I built a custom office purchasing DB in Clarisworks and am too cheap to move to FileMaker. So it sits on a G5 machine and I use it via ARD.
"7-Elevens. 7 dwarves. 7, man, that's the number. 7 chipmunks twirlin' on a branch, eatin' lots of sunflowers on my uncle's ranch. You know that old children's tale from the sea. It's like you're dreamin' about Gorgonzola cheese when it's clearly Brie time, baby. Step into my office." Sorry. It could not be helped.
I'm not falling for THAT again - are you my grandfather?
I could get used to it, but since it's so easy to move it can also cope with the recent findings that a mix of standing and sitting works best.
I still have my copies.
Your buddy was an early adopter. Current Priuses are a whole different car. What's not to like about an e-Golf?
Every inch a Golf, works in New England. Charger by Bosch installed in your house for mere hundreds. What's not to like?
ISS resupply YOU!
Quelle surprise! You ain't targeting bogeys. You're driving down the road. Stay on task and chill.