Would you want it to work on Verizon? I mean, they're advertiser-friendly unique-id headers alone should make you swear them off.
You think it's about targeted advertising selecting stuff you like? It's about targeted advertising knowing what kind of emotional appeals work best on you. It's about knowing enough about you that your drunken argument online goes viral and is the first thing everyone knew learns about you (as opposed to being pseudonymous and allowing you to walk away). It's about avoiding being tracked now because you can never get untracked.
Sure, for things where you move them around a lot, that may make sense for data connectivity (they have a battery). That's a special case. This is something where it's tethered to four inches from the mat anyway. And tons of people want their desktops, etc. to be wireless because it looks cool at the cost of, well, everything.
Are you saying that you don't need the wireless, or that adds something to your life.
I love wires and cables. They work in the many nine's reliability wise. Wireless is taking a limited resource and wasting it on something a wire does perfectly well. But more importantly, it only works like 70% of the time.
Umm... you could just not let Flash play. That's easier than using an automated method designed to avoid bad behavior in a Turing Complete language autorun natively.
The justification for policing actions is "danger".
It's not just danger. Regulations that improve traffic flows reduce the risk of accidents. Accidents are expensive and time consuming in addition to dangerous.
Teslas are incredibly safe... people walk away from 100+ MPH collisions. If everyone drove one, could we get rid of all traffic laws?
. If he had the forethought to learn all the 2 letter words, he can no doubt learn their definitions too, and then move on.
He could, or he could accept that using all those 2 letter words is acceptable in competitive scrabble, but not beer and za games. It's a great rule for that purpose. (At least, as I've experienced it.) In casual games, I'm limited because I didn't memorize the definitions, in serious games I can use blocks of letters that make no sense, but are for some reason legal.
But driving has never been safer. We don't need our every minute policed by punitive government overseers.
Driving is safer due to little things like mandatory seatbelt laws. Seatbelts are relatively new (50 years old), and were not widely used by people alive when they came out. In the mid-eighties, I think it was 50% adoption. It was 80% a decade ago. Now it's 90-95%. So, maybe [our driving actions] should be policed.
There are also airbags, etc. And ABS and other technology can help avoid accidents.
Now, what you would want to do is find out about accidents in general. Also, you'd want to try to isolate the causal factor of the cellphone, controlling for safety features (like ABS) in cars, and other factors. You know, what science has to do.
Sorry, I could only make it partway through yo
Well, Red Bull actually. Okay, just caffiene, but...
Only a jackoff would suggest getting colleagues arrested because they aren't following the mother government's rules.
These are people who explicitly sought out this employment. And it's a reasonable restriction. This isn't someone speeding down the highway. This is someone who asked for special privileges (in terms of seeing data, etc.)
So hey, keep calling the authorities on your team members you see forgetting to leave their iPhone in the car,
If that happens as an accident, I guess you tell them to go put it back in their car. If they keep doing it...
Sure they do. They tell non-experts to install updates. When's the last time you heard about someone's grandmother testing a patch?
Meh, with the same paperwork, they could pull it straight from your inhouse server. This seems like a Good Thing(tm), and one that makes me want this guy to have more political power knowing only this about him.
Of course it's profanity-ladden when it's trying to translate for people that it thinks are KHAAANNNNN!!
Facebook video is already filled with copyright infringement from YouTube channels, where rebranded content is being posted. The rebranding of content, plus the limited lifespan of most videos plus the inability to find it publicly, are causing pain in the "YouTube Star" group.
How is the MPAA/RIAA/Whomever going to deal with Facebook facilitating massive copyright infringement? I mean, it's one thing to share a fairly powerless guy's content with 20 million followers, get caught and just have to remove it. But when I want to see a movie my friend has, so he just posts it so only I can see it...?
Given how Facebook is trying to make most people's whole internet experience solely based on their servers,t his is the one time I'm hoping the MPAA can make a ton of trouble for someone.