They are. As soon at they determine that 40 hour workweeks are unproductive/not required, they will phase those out and everyone working 30 hours will be at 100% salary and benefits. It's merely coincidental that 100% salary happens to have the same value at 75% of what 40 hour workers used to get paid.
but the second mouse gets the cheese. Uber may survive being one of the early distributed ride hailing services, but the danger is that the spend so much money in the process that they go bankrupt and only the name will carry on after someone buys it in a fire sale when the company assets are liquidated.
Don't forget Kim Stanley Robinson's Mars series. The Ares was essentially built from Shuttle ETs.
640K should be enough for anyone.
64 processes should be enough for anyone!
Systemd would be a a great OS... all it needs is a decent init system.
I tried submitting this several years ago, but it simply vanished into the firehose:
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Expert: I mean, look at it - it's a bunch of nails and duct tape around a low explosive core which doesn't have nearly the proper confinement for even 50% of the maximum shock wave capable, much less the ability to transition to detonation. And this wiring - that's just disgraceful - the solder didn't even flow properly here, and this is entirely unsheilded - anything could set this off accidentally, even a cell phone. If you were in my training program, you're fail miserably.
Terrorist: We used one of these yesterday to kill 25 people and injure another 70 in a market in Aleppo.
Wasn't Java GPL'ed? Is Dalvik derived from the GPL version, or the re-closed Oracle version?
Clearly PowerShell is intended to manage systemd.
Seriously, though... is it bad that this was my first thought upon reading the headline?