Youtube is a website. Netflix is a website.
Rural areas already run on this system.
Some do, some don't. Beyond a certain date, ALL new construction - even in cities - got community boxes; but older homes got to keep to-the-door delivery.
This basically just removes the grandfather clause, and converts everyone to the same system. I'm not sure how they will save money by buying and installing tens of thousands of corner mail distribution boxes, though.
the community mailbox a few doors down from most houses, will have one advantage: parcels will be loaded into it for you to pick up.
If the item fits in the box, sure. If it is larger than a loaf of bread, well, you're driving.
It's a digital magazine
Ah, well then. A digital magazine is *so* much better than a web site, because... er.... well it just is.
Should we cheer Al Capone for the good he was doing for Chicago?
Many people do. He donated a significant amount of money to charity, and ran several soup kitchens during the depression.
Unlike Bill Gates, he helped people throughout his career, not only after he'd become filthy rich and needed a tax deduction.
There's a quick and easy command to do that: mkfs
Well, except that with the (censored) way they ship phones, you'd need to root it first.
Say what you will about WIndows; at least there you have an option to remove the bloatware. On Android you're stuck with it for life.
> a single photon per pixel
Isn't that "low light", not dark? Dark == zero photons.
On the plus side: having your palm coated in a sticky gel-like substance should improve reader accuracy.
Ubuntu took a perfectly good Debian and fucks it up.
Ubuntu took a perfectly good Ubuntu and fucked it up. Luckily, there are distros like Xubuntu - which take the good parts, and leave off the bad parts (aka Unity).
Judging by the Chromecast extension to Chrome: never. Google is busy building their very own walled garden.
And, if one browser plugin can listen to the microphone.... well then any of them can. Look for a new wave of spyware, coming your way soon!
Docker is an open-source project to easily create lightweight, portable, self-sufficient containers
The Christmas gift-giving season is coming. Everyone is going to need some lightweight, portable containers, right?
Yes, but it is still cheaper than home delivery.
*MUCH* cheaper if you don't live in the USA.
Pity she couldn't break the text encryption - then she could have displayed the station names in English, instead of nonsense strings.
Yes.... but typically a Tesla has no gasoline on board. You'd think that a lack of chance of fire would be a Tesla selling point.
I'm not sure about Musk's statement that the fies "only occurred after very high-speed collisions". Doing 70 on the freeway and running over some debris is neither high speed, nor a collision.