And what is it like to give up all the apps you use on a daily basis and replace them with links to mobile versions of that app's website?
Here's the problem though:
If you raise a group of people with the expectation that they're unsuitable for a particular field of work, they will de facto be unsuitable for that type of work.
So the problem is not that people who are minorities or who are female are discriminated against in hiring considerations for those jobs: The problem is that they are, in fact, less suitable for those jobs due to their environment and due to no fault of their own.
You can't fix the problem by forcing companies to hire people who are unsuitable for the job.
You'd have to fix the problem by changing all of the systems that make those people grow up unsuitable for entry into those fields.
First you'd have to make it acceptable to open a conversation about how people are being traditionally steered away from seeking a life that would make them suitable for those jobs.
The Commodore brand is now only a brand.
It's been whored around quite a lot.
Remember that awful MicroATX PC in a C64-shaped box that came out a while back?
When will people stop being surprised about brand whoring...
I mean, look what they did to the Care Bears.
More people in the world use online messaging and VoIP apps than use traditional phone service.
You sound like an old, bitter, burned out twat who can't handle change.
Add to that you can't 3D print the body panels and then call it a "3D printed super car."
Unless you are literally 3D printing the entire car including the engine block and the wheels, you're not 3D printing a car.
You wouldn't want it if you had it.
Ubuntu's mobile OS has all the same problems as FirefoxOS:
It has zero native apps but pretends to have lots of "apps" which are actually just icons that link to mobile websites.
The OS itself is a confusion of UI elements and interactions that require one to spend more time navigating the OS than using it.
> You don't get to be a leader, by being a nice guy in the commitee.
Sure you do. It's just *harder* to do it that way. That's why most leaders are pricks.
Because it's hard to be nice AND lead.
But it's easy to lead and be a prick.
"Why should we subsidize intellectual curiosity?" -Ronald Reagan