Well duh, you're on Slashdot.
Well duh, you're on Slashdot.
They are happy to tell you that they have their affiliated PACs and supporters coordinated in a campaign to influence debate moderators to "fact check" Trump during the debate, [nytimes.com] producing an advantage for Clinton.
So "fact checking" is bound to favor Clinton? It seems that reality really does have a liberal bias.
Self driving cars will allow travels at 4x current speeds. You may love driving and owning cars but going 200 miles per hour trumps all that.
Not gonna happen. Roads are built with a certain turning radius. Go much faster than that, and the ride becomes uncomfortable like a roller coaster, and the car's tires will not be able to effectively grip the road. So speeds will go up marginally rather than by a factor of 4.
They also count all religions together, versus individual companies. Apple vs the Roman Catholic diocese (?) of America would be a more interesting comparison.
And yet, in Western countries, animals such as bears are doing fine, and once-rare species like bison and wolves are recovering nicely.
Poaching of African wildlife is a major problem, but if central Africa manages to decrease its poverty and warfare the way the rest of the world has done, its animals will survive too. If not, they will still survive in zoos.
The largest animals will be the best protected by humans. Witness the giant panda, which is no longer endangered due to conservation efforts. The same will be true of elephants, giraffe, bears, gorillas, whales, and any other animals we care about, which includes pretty much all the large ones.
The problem is insurance companies don't know enough about your diet and lifestyle. This allows them to know.
At the supermarket you can buy eggs, or you can buy lemons, or you can buy bread. There are lots of options.
OP is asking for options in the news feed. All of them supported by advertising, like at present.
FB has nothing to lose by offering this.
They are a taxi company. Offering prices lower than the market rate. So of course they are losing tons of money.
Their goal is to roll out self-driving taxis before they go bankrupt. If they succeed in being the first company with self-driving taxis, they will become incredibly successful. Because of this possibility, they have attracted a huge amount of investment. This allows them to lose lots of money for a long time without going bankrupt.
In the short term, customers are winners from Uber's lower prices (disregarding legal/ethical issues, which are real, but tangential to my description of the business model).
Even if you can't buy the offline version at Best Buy, it will be on Amazon and AliExpress.
That is, if the emails haven't been modified by Russia and/or Wikileaks before being posted. We'll never know beyond a reasonable doubt that that didn't happen.
Because girls aren't interested in a bum who collects social benefits and doesn't work. This incentive will never change.
Speaking seriously, once you have a basic income, you can get rid of the minimum wage as well as some parts of labor law, making the economy a lot freer. This might be a winning combination for Republicans.
More like, adding noise so people blame the lack of realism on the noise, not the object being filmed.
If Microsoft can extinguish the Unity interface, then so much the better...
HELP!!!! I'm being held prisoner in /usr/games/lib!