Sounds a lot like public transit, like sitting on an inside seat in a plane, without the sap next to you mistaking the reclining chair for a therapy couch.
We may not have the necessary social skills; so sending the least socially adept people we can find will do what? Lower their expectations? Elicit sympathy?
... Apples to the normal PC's....
Do you think it could run OS X ?
If you remove the outliers, our brains seem to be growing in accordance with Moore's Law.
I wonder how many there are now...
Donâ(TM)t worry. I have a feeling you wonâ(TM)t have to put up with that for much longer.
Remember the coalition of the coerced?
He couldn't even rally the world community....
A bit of a sore spot, eh? You work for MS? Maybe on the SYNC?
And thus another decade long slashdot argument turns out to be an elementary lexical oversight.
It is quite possible you responded to a post by a travesty generator; that is the post was a joke about what automation will replace.
If I've offended someone, sorry.
AT&T (nee Bell) played a pivotal role in the development of packet switched networks. The combination of excessive long distance rates and circuit congestion spurred the development of least cost packet routing.
Maybe they are trying to help spur technology that will take them out of the picture completely.
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That is a bleak assessment of where these services are at. Only the bottom feeders will pay for them.
I like to dance. Much of dance is derived from tribal rituals. I can still enjoy dancing without fear of affecting the weather.
The Grateful Dead takes on a deeper meaning.
I think it is more like comparing a dragon fly to a pack of dingos.
One way would be to insist that automakers do not nickel and dime design vehicles. The critical components related to vehicle safety should be designed for safety first, cost second.
These vehicles go for over $20 000, I should at least have the option to pay an extra $1000 to chuck the electronic crap.