Because Slashdot asked what's my favorite Sci-Fi movie, not what's the best Sci-Fi movie!
Give it to me straight... who does this affect - 4 or 5 people tops?
No, this is a new attack on freedom of speech, so it affects everyone.
Who's been the dick here? Burger King. Pretty simple.
Sometimes a real dick will perform a much needed public service. This is one of those times.
Under her, Yahoo nearly tripled in value, from about $16 billion to $44 billion.
Wow, I didn't believe that, but I checked YHOO's stock price and kamapuaa is correct. When Mayer became CEO in July 2012, YHOO was trading under $16/share. As I'm posting this, YHOO is trading at $46.5/share. .
I see good questions dismissed by those with lots of points with excuses of "it's a duplicate" because they didn't bother to read the question thoroughly
And the jackasses who close questions as not related to programming when the questions are clearly related to programming, but just happen to involve another subject as well, for instance questions about network programming...
...considering his treatment of Mexico during the campaign and during the first weeks of his presidency...
Uhm, yeah there's that--there's also the annexation of Texas and the Mexican-American War...
Uber getting involved in autonomous cars makes absolutely zero business sense. Their entire business model is based on an asset-light utilization of vehicles owned by the people that drive for them. They are basically a middle-man matching and scheduling taxi service.
Uber is a software middleman dependent on utilizing vehicles and smartphones owned by others. Once the smartphone and (autonomous) vehicles start being produced by the same companies (Alphabet, Apple, etc), then there is no more need for Uber -- ridesharing is trivial compared to autonomous vehicies
So Uber eneeds to look like its developing autonomous vehicles in order to keep the hype up prior to its IPO.
Anything cut to length will be too short.