That being said, the Carrera GT was manufactured in 2004, when car electronics where simply not that good. I completely understand why it wasn't included. On new cars, it should really only be an option. But if it was an option, I would select it every time on a road car. You simply cannot predict what will happen when you're driving home on a cold night and maybe a little tired.
All you had to do was get the GSM GNex car dock and so a VERY slight modification with a utility knife and then it works perfectly. Took me about 10 minutes...7 of those where watching a howto on Youtube.
It actually makes sense for an entity like the postal service to be losing money. While not a guarantee, it does at least help to make sure that the money coming in is going to the right places and is not spent on extraneous expenditures. Remember, the management folks are really good at finding uses for any excess money in the budget.
What is a dollar worth? That value changes all the time, it is in reference to something else (gold, other currency, real material goods). The dollar is something that is made up that we all agree has value. Bitcoin is something made up that we all agree has value.
The big difference between gold, dollars and Bitcoin is this:
-Dollars can be printed at will by the government, so is theoretically infinite.
-Gold you have to dig out of the ground, so is finite, but we don't know how much is really out there.
-Bitcoin needs to be "mined", so it is finite (mathematically limited). We know the total quantity and how fast it will get mined.
I use Unity on all of my desktops/laptops and find it fast, stable and productive. Incremental updates is what you want from a mature, well designed product, not massive changes every single release.
Breakthroughs like this are exciting because it means we are progressing. I'd be worried if we weren't hearing news about record breaking efficiency.
Perhaps that will come. But still, this is a step that Valve didn't have to take, and another reminder that as far as global companies controlling intellectual property are concerned, Valve is about the closest we've got to a "good guy" to root for.
Except for when they change this ToS and if you don't agree to something you're locked out of all the games you had purchased previously...
Morse code is the same thing as wifi, just 1000x slower.
Your analogy is wrong. Morse code is the communication protocol, WiFi (802.11a/b/g/n) is a specification.
802.11 is roughly equivalent to FCC Part 97
Morse code is roughly equivalent to TCP/IP
Wifi uses radio, just like CB, Amatuer Radio, FRS