Also what about the cities where parking isn't owned by the building owner ? There are plenty of cities in the US , heck most of them, do not have a parking spot per unit and they are forced to park on city streets... Who covers the bill then ?
EV's are not going to dominate until a city bites the ball gag and starts supplying meters and power to every parking spot.
Also what about cold area's like here in the northeast during snow ev vehicles are very tough to get around in and their range becomes questionable in very cold temperatures. This is all stuff that gets solved with evolution... 5 to 10 years... I doubt highly.
Sorry but they do...
VW is infamous for being able to use the head unit to actually interact with the CAN bus.....
Matter of fact... the controller is linux based and uses RTLinux on some models.
They can press the chips into import.
Lenovo builds servers, lenovo buys in bulk Chinese government takes what it needs from lenovos stock. Problem solved.
Well I am hiring for 1 slot and also an intern... tough to find good help at even high prices so far.
Encourage her to absolutely follow what she loves to do.. And question EVERYTHING.... That is how great thinkers all started their lives.
And what things she will need to hear... Quite Simply I love you and I believe in you...
Ironically... Im the guy that fixes this type of stuff.
When I go into most shops I call out the trends immediately... Im a fan of Dell servers, cheap, run well and are reliable.. But admittedly, I have seen some cases where the lenovo and hp options were a better choice and were chosen...
I have gone in and ripped out Oracle.. when mysql was more then enough and they had no issues... they also had in house talent for mysql and were spending uselessly.
Im happy to be where I am but.. admittedly I want to just co back to being a consultant... There seems to be a lack of good ones out there right now.
Sorry there but both my nissans and my audi show me exactly which tires is low.
Audi Q5 - even tells me when the wheel is slipping on the display
Nissan Pathfinder - shows all 4 tire pressures.
GT-R Shows which tires are slipping and even shows me when it has to go into vectoring mode because the outside tires are slipping.
And then there is a simple penalty.... You don't have a headquarters here in the US you don't sell a product here.... there are all sorts of cat and mouse games that can be played.
The us is one of the biggest with the most expendable income. It's financial suicide to not sell a product here. And as has been seen in the past.. when one company leaves here... another will spring up to do it's job here.
Incorrect.. you can file abatements and they allow you to put it off until later. I do this a lot as a dual citizen. I file american taxes every other year, due to my income from colombia being a small portion of what I would earn in the US... I get a huge part of my taxes returned and I am considered low income.
My kids will have to do the same. When my oldest turned 16 and started working in colombia they were actually sending her more money then she paid in taxes.
Except the fact that they issue tax credits on taxes paid outside the US.
As a colombian / US citizen, I have to pay my taxes in both countries and take my credits in the US.
And then what happens after the sun goes down and we don't have enough storage capacity to run the peak times ? We just fire up more solar... oh wait no sunlight. A well balanced approach is much better, replace some with solar and wind, and also try and scrub out what we can when we can.
they have also done a lot of buying of other companies as of late... Big data and cloud services are what they are buying now.
Not true... I worked at IBM as a contractor and was compensated very well.
I chose to leave for a better job/ higher paying role with benefits. The real problem is they are using contractors for a huge part of the us work force but paying pretty good comp for them, so that they don't have to cover all the little things. Like benefits....
I chose to leave after being the primary responsable admin in the group, who was denied a job in that group 4 times, due to "not hiring in the US at this time" their process for this stuff is completely short sighted. They can pay people 1/8th less and cover the benefits, but refuse to because if thier numbers don't look good it's not easy to dump a perm employee, where as a contractor they can just put on furlow or ask them not to come back.
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