From TFA: "and allows participants to pinpoint who exactly on the call is creating annoying background noise."
Ding! Ding! We have a winner!
Repeat the meme!
Repeat until you're blue in the face. Still doesn't make it true.
And look how some people drive and are unable to see in two dimensions to see what goes on around their car. Now you add a third dimension.
Agree. And it's worse than that. Cars live in a 2D world where there are 2 degrees of freedom (forwards-backwards and left-right). A flying vehicle adds 4 additional degrees of freedom (up-down, pitch, roll, yaw)... so much more that can go wrong.
When it comes to flying cars, I am not as pessimistic as everyone else here seems to be, but I don't see how Joe Public can be entrusted with one. I think there either needs to be a trained and licensed pilot, or the vehicle needs to be self piloting.
Proofreading is a thing.
And here on Slashdot, blaming users to excuse built-in technical failings is also a thing.
It is too bad BB10 flopped, it was actually really great
(Nodding head) BB10, the Hub, ease of use were all great, but it was too little too late.
... aligned with the Anthropogenic Climate Change dogma;
You pronounced "universal scientific consensus" wrong.
" it encouraged more candid forms of sharing than students might otherwise post on Facebook or Instagram"
That'll make the top-10 list of understatements of the year.
So other than "the rich keep getting richer", is there a point here?
There's no sense in being precise when you don't even know what you're talking about. -- John von Neumann