That sounds way too sane. If everyone does it, its normal.
The difference in complex systems is that they do one thing and well inside of functions or classes or what not.
Its because its MUCH, MUCH, easier/faster to do it there, than make a complete program/progress and use sockets/pipes/what not to communicate with the other tool. So sometimes its still useful but most of the time its too much effort too little gain (heck, you also lose performance, time, etc.)
Thats what Linus means as well, I think.
Nope, deauth works on encrypted wifi, too.
Hope you realize that in modern countries, almost every single establishment is currently recording you on tape inside AND outside their establishments. That includes public transit, public streets of all decently-big cities, every single supermarket, theaters, yada yada...
Might want to also be fighting that one off.. ya know, where you know they are recording you - rather than a user that is probably not recording you at all.
(I do not own or use any device like Glass, for the record..)
Actually its "you're not allowed to use *any* wifi network in the range of my device because you're using device X which I decided to ban"
That's why jammers are illegal - and this is pretty much a jammer as well if you forget about the technical details.
Sure I dont like privacy invading devices, but Glass and "drones" aren't necessarily used as such. In my experience they're in fact very rarely used as such.
In other news, a non-3D printed equivalent UAV can be made from zero to flying in about 1H... and has been so for years.
It will also probably fly better.. all you need is a block of EPP foam and a hot wire (the cut itself takes 5min, full build about 1H)
so yeah.. it says 3D printer QUICK it must be worth some ads-prints publish!
actually most of the equipment people have can be taken over, its not trivial tho. basically all that "1k" stuff which is channel hopping isn't encrypted or anything. if you find the hop algorithm, which is often not that hard, you can indeed control the aircraft.
not all "drones" are the parrot.
At Mozilla there's one difference tho, you don't enrich the CEO *that* much. There's no stock actions. He did not get a package. All he gets is a slightly higher salary than you do.
If anything, you work to the benefit of the Mozilla Foundation (which owns Mozilla Corporation - and Eich is CEO of that.)
Their recruiting ad is in fact mirroring this with "Don't work for the man, work for mankind."
I know right, the most important thing in space is to look cool, not convenience.
the ui sucks. looks like yet-another-news-site-that-isn't-useable.
aaaaaand no disable button.
No point discussing the posts in these conditions.
recognizing is not ok, actually. you'll recognize your friend or anyone significant. you won't recognize someone you barely know yet cross every week.
automated face recognition will (and already does - in case you haven't seen the zillion of cameras on the streets of all countries big cities)
oh yeah that's "the world which isn't ready". not advanced enough!
in other news, the world's also not ready for mass murder. eventually people mind will be advanced enough so that this idea will become accepted - when we'll evolve!
note that "pirated" games these days generally offer an option to disable or bypass the socalled freemium crap (ie inapp purchases where you have to spend hundreds in order to play the game at all). i'd rather pay $10 from scratch, than being hagged into "rating", "liking on facebook", "paying item X, Z, Y for $100+ that are artificially required to enjoy the game. sometimes its way more than $100.". It's an horrible model.
Heck even games such as battlefield and what not - which costs much more to produce, takes longer and more people "only" cost" about $100 with all DLCs every 3 month for a year or two included. And people hate DLCs.
I therefore fully support pirating any game following this model (then again, i don't have an iphone, and i don't really play games on android, so i'm an angel. still, i get the idea.)
As you guys point out - Amazon gets a much better *marketing* from claiming they want drones. Doesn't matter if they can do it or not (obviously as of today this is technologically impossible to have this work in a reliable fashion, and probably not in 5 years either).
And in that, they're right, ie, they're getting fame, customers, money, even thus it's a cheap marketing lie. So since money is all that matters, they're "right".
However, eBay's right too, drones are currently a fantasy, and focusing on what you can do today is what Amazon does too. What a company does and communicate is often very different. eBay's CEO being honest is what i'd like from every company, but isn't what is going to work for them unfortunately.