Yeah, that is pretty funny.
I was making fun of Facebook, it can get pretty annoying.
But does it have enough clickbait posts? I need to know the 9 things I've been doing wrong my whole life.
What about one-sided snarky infographics posted by my friends and family? I love wasting my time researching and finding the misinformation in them.
At least tell me I can find ideas for products, tiny houses, and life hacks that will save the world, except for all the impractical aspects..
For many types of products, it can be viable for smaller players to be an alternative / second-source, etc.
But with a cultural phenomenon that depends on mindshare, network effects, or compatibility, it becomes winner-take-all.
They have service upward of 250/250, but not willing to pay that much a month.
I broke down and started buying movies on Amazon after they blocked all the bit torrent traffic while I was deployed in the desert. $6-20 (most for $15)for a movie to buy in HD, works on my phone, Kindle, laptop, Fire TV and the other 5 devices I have scattered around my house and at other family members houses with zero effort on my part and bonus works just about anywhere in the world. Sold.
Way cheaper than cable, less of a hassle than than rent and rip, and quicker and easier than bittorrent (with zero garbage low def copies/trojans) and the best part even my tech illiterate family can figure it out.
All I have to say is good job Corning at improving your product. Now back to the lab, there is more work to do, or better yet find some dude name Scotty and ask him about that transparent aluminum stuff.
Digging into engine controls and some of the modern handling driver assist stuff is much more so, but the basic ECM settings for everything else is dead simple. Everything on a modern car is hooked up to them, even the dome lights, and then all can be modified through some pretty easy check box settings.
Yeah the cabin air filter is dead simple to replace. Again if you know where to find it. Ask around, 97% of the population doesn't even they exist, much less where to find it, and how to replace it. Which is why the dealers can rip people off charging $40-$60 to replace them. Yes I used to work on half a billion dollar aircraft for the Air Force, but that means jack squat when you are digging around under the hood looking for the GD cabin air filter, not knowing that it was behind the glove box the whole time.
If you aren't retarded then liability is not an issue.
If in any problem you find yourself doing an immense amount of work, the answer can be obtained by simple inspection.