I doubt there'd be that many telsa vehicles in the backwater areas of the world that still tow vehicles with wheels on the ground.
Basically, so long as you maintain separate personal and work accounts - and make sure you add people to the right one, then you should be ok. It does get a bit harder when there is significant overlap between the two: like if you wanted to include colleagues on your personal facebook account. In that case you'd have to agree only to add them as a friend to their personal Facebook account, and not their work account.
I think that was the intended point: 0.00001% of non-.xxx blocked, while 100% of
We ended up just opening up the windows to let the house warm up to a nice temperature. It's such a waste that the air conditioner keeps trying to cool the whole city to 20C, but dad pays the bills so that's his problem.
-- The Girls.
For some reason people tend to assume a proportional controller, and want to help it out doing its job.
People do this because they don't trust/understand the controller - especially understanding the amount of time it takes to respond to a setpoint change.
Back when A/C was simple, it would just run flat-out until it reached the setpoint, and then turn off until the hysteresis bound was crossed. But then they added inverters and the A/C might run an lower powers when it thought that might be a good thing: but sometimes gets it wrong. The solution was for the human to override it by setting a stupid setpoint so the stupid smart A/C might actually do what they want.
Adding extra layers of complexity to the thermostat may overcome the A/C controller limitations, but on the other hand might just make it so unpredictable that people want to override it more.
I thought it already was banned in the developed world.
Unique names do help in searching for issues relating to a particular release.