Your quality of life is horrible. You have paved over, fenced, destroyed nature. The right to camp is self-evident and unalienable. Cities should buy back at least 50% of land for the public to usufruct on. Teach, encourage, facilitate leave-no-trace ethics: provide garbage sacks, recycling bins, mops, brooms.
You are the real problem. Your rapacious, ignorant, casually cruel greed is destroying natural rights of animals and humans who reject your perverted, insidious system. Please move out of cities. We don't want you there. Have you considered Mars? I'm sure you can afford it.
I wonder if when people move to 2 year or 3 year cycles with phones
Wait, what? People change phone more often than once per two years. Most people I know, keep them for about two years or longer.
I basically live on the hand-me-down phones from my wife. Why? Because she gets the "everything included" plan which comes with an iPhone (and when we renew each two year, we get a new iPhone). She gets the "everything included" plan because that way she doesn't have to think about anything when using it (Am I on wireless? How much volume do I still have this month? Roaming? Those kind of questions that are hard for non-tech users).
When she gets a new phone, I get her two year old phone and continue to use that on my cheap-ass-phoneless-plan. At this point, I am using a iPhone 5 (just the number) and it works fine. I'm even pondering continuing on using it until Apple stops support, because I'm not keen on getting the bigger iPhone 6 (just the number) my wife currently uses. Refresh is in March next year.
Phones already have a long longevity... I do admit, I went to Mr Minit to get a new battery for the iPhone 5. Cost me something like 50€ and that was worth it.
But the corpses
Rats are sensitive, curious, intelligent. Rats are our ancestors. The real problem in cities is the stupid fucking humans. Here's hoping an asteroid wipes out all the humans and rats survive us as they did the dinosaurs.
There's a lot of useful PDP-11 programs, too; but most people can't run them, either.
Really? You might even be able to run them in your browser...
The domain was unrestricted, now it's limited. That's a big change.
GPS would be unusable with Newton's model of gravity. That's a pretty good indication that everyday technology has gone beyond Newton.
VueScan? Just works.
I have no stake in this. I am just a happy customer.
"If there isn't a population problem, why is the government putting cancer in the cigarettes?" -- the elder Steptoe, c. 1970