Better pack a trunk and leave....
elephants have a total of 257 billion neurons, three times more than humans. The elephant's brain is similar to that of humans in terms of structure and complexity—such as the elephant's cortex having as many neurons as a human brain, suggesting convergent evolution.
Their trunks are also quite dexterous, I'm actually surprised there isn't more tool use amongst them.
With over 8 billion people in a few years, and fewer jobs, the obvious solution is humans mounted with something along the lines of Google Glass, telling them what to do, where to go, how to do it, when to speak, etc.
You're hired, they give you Glass, the computer tells you what to do, "go put more toilet paper in the bathroom" "clean up the parking lot" etc, humans are cheap and disposable because there are so many of them.
Does Microsoft create this interface without a start button and traditional desktop option? What is the drive to do away with choice? Why not have the option for both traditional desktop and Metro?
It's like Unity, it fucking sucks there is no choice, just a "here suck on it" attitude.
facebook ad fraud? Is it real?
In any case I question the motivations of Zuckerberg.
Mark Zuckerberg and his wife, Priscilla Chan, were the most generous American philanthropists in 2013, with a donation of 18 million shares of Facebook stock, valued at more than $970 million, to a Silicon Valley nonprofit in December.
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"Regional Planning: This includes plans related to both land use and mass transit options in the Silicon Valley area."
As well as being a great tax tool it appears to exert influence in required areas.
No, expect 100% for this OS to be a part fo the Government scheme.
It will be the Netzero of OS's.
Don't ask don't tell.
This is one stupid country.
When I worked for a "Large Corporation" I used SSH to my home computer and did my "surfing" over that connection, now I wonder how secure that was =)
As Flexcoin does not have the resources, assets, or otherwise to come back from this loss, we are closing our doors immediately.'"
A microcosm of the US economy.
I find it interesting that the phone companies are against this, why?
I would say it's most likely a state agency involved in this.