Huh. I wonder what they look like? I'll have to start eyeing up utility poles. Anyone got a (non locating!) picture? If you're in Seattle have you seen any unusual equipment on the poles?
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"If you are committing major felonies leave the phone at home."
There is the concept of the calculating, premeditated criminal with a master plan. I guess this type of crime is out there, and this type of criminal has that option. But so many crimes are stupid and thoughtless. Crimes of passion where reason isn't involved, or a situation where crime is a response to accidental or random circumstances. Then there are crazy people. Lots of crime isn't part of an organized plan. IJS.
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Can these robots also bag hot grits?
I dunno, if you're going to stipulate that only people who the show is aimed at can review the show, then should we also stipulate that only those people can read those reviews? Because if you don't know about "Sex and the City" (which is why you're reading reviews anyway) and you see reviews from only the target audience then you (as a CNC machinist) would be misled.
No attack here, just trying to sort out a logical position.
Your point makes sense. Don't go around just thinking of things that piss you off and then spend your time trashing them, it makes you a negative person.
But on the other hand doesn't that kind of boil down to "don't poorly review shows you don't like"? Doesn't that kind of break the concept of reviews?
I can see both of these points, not sure if they can be reconciled. The concept of voting isn't so good for protecting minority opinions, and the author mentions that IMDB voting population is 70% male.
Exactly! Someone should hire him to consult about some technology issue, and make a reality tv series about it. You might not even have to tell him you're doing it!
"All the cameras? Well, Mr. McAfee we take security very seriously here at Setec Astronomy."
--> Expect this to be brought up a lot by opponents: "They don't want self-driving cars, they want removal of self-owned cars and -- little-by-little -- eventually the wholesale banning of them (via legal/financial/liability regulations)" --
If they make auto driving cars and they really are safer, then eventually they'll outlaw the ability to drive yourself. And I guess there are freedom of movement issues and maybe detrimental effects on people's ability to form a mental map of the world. But the real issue is that I like driving and want to continue to do it. And "Hey go pay for a track day" isn't really a substitute.
I hope they never figure the self driving thing out.
"Remember when Radio Shack would ask for your phone number/email/whatever when you bought batteries?"
"We had a simple solution, don't shop at Radio Shack."
Except that it eventually becomes more and more difficult to avoid technologies like this. You can still get away with "Don't get a smartphone" mostly (for phone app based invasions). "Don't get a car" (for auto-updates and on-star type stuff) isn't really practical for most people living in the US. How long will you cling to an old car that doesn't have these "features"? Howsabout airport naked scanners? I travel for work, "Don't Fly" isn't an option for me.
Voting with your pocketbook is like trying to hold back the tide.
"Maybe its something about money like that that lets you say assinine shit and have people take you seriously."
When you are powerful you say the thing that you want to be true as if it already were, and maybe your word carries enough weight to make it so. The more powerful you are, the further detached the things you say become from the way things currently are.
I've got a planted freshwater aquarium. In addition to good lighting and appropriate fertilization, people who like to keep this kind of aquarium tend to inject carbon dioxide to keep the plants growing well. The difference in plant performance in the aquarium with and without CO2 injection is substantial.
Social networks are a tool - Yep!
Social networks are what you make of them - Not exactly...
They are a tool alright, but not a tool for you! You are the product, not the client. Make of it what you want (you may be able to extract some utility for yourself), but that bit won't change.