Which, of course, is a nice complement to the existing American spyware.
The corporatist oligarchy that funds and promotes both parties is hardly invisible, except to the willfully blind.
Moon lands on you!
I'm not completely sure because definitions change all the time, but I'm fairly certain that an underwater stored-energy balloon toy fails to meet even the loosest definition of "robot".
In evolution, winners win!
The world is now a more enlightened place.
I like your thinking.
Romero's example of re-defining the creation/sandbox genre post-Minecraft is a little late to the game (pun shamelessly intended). At least one big player, Sony, has introduced a next-gen sandbox (currently in open Beta) called Landmark, and I'm sure others are forging ahead as well.
MBA CEO: I want our new product to be QA'd according to ISO 29119 before shipping.
Project Manager: Good idea, but that will add some time and overhead cost to my budget.
MBA CEO: Never mind, just ship it.
Bingo! I haven't had a TV subscription since maybe 2004, and I don't miss it one bit. Yeah, I'm stuck with DSL, but it works, it's cheap, and it's local.
Comcast, Time Warner, and Verizon can all suck it.
Are there mistakes made? Of course. Unfortunately the process is administered by human beings who are flawed vessels at best.
Which is exactly why we have that dusty old Constitution thingy, an artifact the Security State not just ignores but openly flaunts.
"I mean, face it, men are just more willing to be the trolls and make life miserable for each other. Women see that and avoid the whole issue altogether."
Absolute truth. Women as a group tend to be more emotionally mature, and apt to avoid senseless conflict. Men are perfectly free to act like 14-year-old testosterone-mad Peter Pans, but women are just as free to reject their infantile behavior.
Hence the loud and obnoxious minority of gaming griefers, social media trolls, and the whole misogynistic mom's basement sub-culture.
Yeah, but only 1%ers can afford them.