Interesting in the same way as Worlds in Collision (Velikovsky):
And by interesting, you mean, "totally fucking bonkers".
Trump won't be happy.
Wait until he finds out these first humans in North America probably weren't white Europeans.
Fuck you. Seriously, just fuck you.
Make sure to include a 1541 floppy drive to read your box of floppy disks.
I have a 5.25" floppy.
But I keep my ASCII porn on Bernoulli tape.
It's a matter of magnitude. A goon with a sack of license plates can ruin one life at a time. A wall street locust with computer support can ruin many, many thousands per second.
Yes, yes, "micro evolution".
Guess what? "macro evolution" (aka "evolution") is just what they dubbed micro evolution plus lots and lots of time.
Unfortunately we security researchers don't get preview demos of those things. We buy them just the same way you do.
Suicide doesn't seem like an appropriate answer to a stressful job. He probably had problems well beyond Uber's bad HR policy. Loosing a job, your house, your car... isn't the end of the world. Anyone rational enough would realize this. But suicide is usually from problem well beyond external problems which needs to be treated.
This isn't the reason the cloud makes a terrible backup. The thing that you want to avoid with a backup is correlated failures: things that cause a failure of your primary store should be different from things that cause a failure of your backup. Your house burning down or thieves coming and stealing your computers will cause failures of both your original and on-site backups. It's a lot less likely that the founder of your cloud provider will be arrested for the same reason that you lose your laptop.
Remember: it only matters if your backup storage fails at the same time as your on-line storage.
"Open the pod bay doors, HAL." -- Dave Bowman, 2001