Yeah, that sounds like a success story.
That aside, the question is should google target librarians, or the collection of people who can actually succeed in this noble endeavour?
..."by equipping librarians with the knowledge and skills to cultivate computational thinking and coding skills in our youth."...
Do librarians really have the appropriate innate skill set, and desires, to teach kids how to code? This sounds like Google was looking around for someone to do the teaching, and someone at the meeting said, "librarians!," to which everyone agreed (in typical meeting style).
The only reason a lot of people, like myself, have cable is so we can watch live sports on ESPN....
You're in a minority. If ESPN were to go a la carte, they'd have to charge upwards of $20 to make up for all the subscribers lost due to the unbundling. So be careful what you wish for.
...popular channels like ESPN...
More than half the people currently subscribing to ESPN would drop it if they had the option. Only 6% would pay the necessary $20 per month to keep ESPN if ESPN were made optional.
Editors, please do your friggin job. Think! Summarize!
At this point I am skeptical that this system actually prevents the collection of data from Windows 10 systems.
But presuming this nifty new privacy system works, what is to stop Microsoft from suddenly saying that they are now removing privacy controls?
Is this just an empty promise on Microsoft's part to get everyone to move to Windows 10? What sort of assurances are in place that guarantee the privacy controls will continue to work in future upgradtes and releases?
Microsoft plans to revamp the user interface on Windows with an upcoming update called Project Neon.
Microsoft can try to dress up the UI of Windows 10 all it wants, but until the egregious data harvesting stops, Windows 10 will continue to suffer from a lack of trust.
... a load of Windows users really hated the Start menu (you shut down by pressing start? WTF?...
You confuse "really hated" with "mocked". The original Start menu was mocked because in order to shut down the PC, you had to click on Start. (you have to admit, that really was a goofy way to word it...) The load of Windows users were making fun of the poor wording in the UI. Aside from that mocking, the Start menu was relatively well received.
"355/113 -- Not the famous irrational number PI, but an incredible simulation!"