The change will affect mobile searches in all languages worldwide...
but I suppose if one were to miss that sentence, it would sound scarier.
SpaceX is already printing rocket engines.
Which is great! And even more great, now that the MIC is doing it, too. I name this a win for competition-driven cost-saving measures.
Seems like the same sort of thing would be easy here. Just find one of the stations often used for sampling and bribe them to give you a few percent more plays, resulting in a big increase in royalties.
With respect to radio, paying DJs to play your songs more was deemed illegal 50ish years ago. I suppose if you're already calling it "bribing," legality is not a primary concern.
The cars still take up physical space and the safety margins required won't be drastically less then they are now.
Anecdote: A Korean I knew extolled the United State's interstate system. He says that the cars owned in South Korea would (and do, on holidays) take up an appreciable fraction of the country's total highway road surface.
There are still other diversions, but nerf was the only distracting one**. We've managed to avoid acquiring table-tennis/foosball tables.
** Also, that one time a football landed on someone's desk during the World Cup.
This memorandum is not intended to, and does not, mean anything at all.
This memorandum shall be published to give people warm fuzzy feelings.