It's a trap!
It's a trap!
Rarely has so much research been done to reveal so little of any actual worth. This is West Point funded -- I assume the government is behind this somewhere? Don't.... don't they already have access to Netflix data on the backend?
...how many more Mbps can I get? Hey, Comcast, are you listening? The quicker I surf, the more info you get, so how about ramping up those speeds.
"What I'm really looking for is Linux that works without constant under-the-hood tweaking (ala early Windows flavors, 3.1, 95/98)"
No such version of Linux exists that you can download. Such a system would require hardware that the OS was designed in tandem with (i.e., iOS or ChromeOS). Windows works as well as it does with most hardware because Windows is so pervasive in the world that hardware manufacturers design hardware to work specifically (or at least best) with it by default. Any version of Linux you can download does not have this advantage, and will require customizations to get it running "right." For every user on this page that says "X distro installed for me just fine" there are five people out there frantically googling answers right now because their sound or networking suddenly stopped working on their particular Linux install.
Though, I differ with your assumption that early Windows flavors needed no under-the-hood tweaking (I remember having nothing but problems with Windows 3.1/95, etc, back in the day).
Hmm -- I wonder if Musk was promised more Mars funding from the toddler-in-chief in exchange for him staying on the advisors' group even in the face of all the tech world's outrage? I didn't blame him at the time -- you gotta eat -- but it looks like he found out like many have before, that our current fearless leader isn't the most trustworthy man around.
Eh -- sometimes, sometimes not. If an employer really needs a job filled, they'll hold back (or massage) whatever information needed to get you in the door, knowing that if you're desperate, you'll stay.
I was in this condition once -- accepted a job I really needed after being told that there'd be a "two week training period" where I'd have to travel 1000 miles away from home... which quickly turned into six _months_. They paid for everything, but still, they were not forthcoming before I was hired.
You know, I'm sure there's a difference between Google Now and Google Assistant, but I can't even muster up enough enthusiasm to look it up. These things never work very well.
Let us know when they're at Jarvis-level, and we'll bother with installing one again.
Don't meet with your managers in your off-time, at your house, for anything, especially if they're women
If someone screams at you on the phone hang up
These are great suggestions
Wait folks, don't scold him -- his alternative facts show that he actually *did* have the first post.
There will be a point where it will be cheaper to just run "one" driver, replicated millions of times, instead of paying millions of drivers, yes. It might not be today, but eventually the two lines on the cost chart will cross.
As for maintenance on the cars, I expect Uber to wait until this technology is in most cars, and then they'll still "borrow" your car, so that you'll still be responsible for insuring, maintaining, etc. You'll just get a vastly reduced rate than Uber drivers do today, since Uber just needs the use of the car, not the car *and* you.
300k to 400k, huh? I'm a fan of Tesla, and I even have one of these pre-ordered, but I'm willing to bet their yearly output won't be 1/10th of that.
How easy would that be, though? The way cmd and powershell works is fundamentally different: cmd is string-based, like bash, but powershell is object-based. Powershell really is a different animal entirely once you start using it.
Hey, the evas in Evangelion seemed to do pretty well with 5-min batteries and huge power cables the rest of the time...
Oh, I'm pretty sure of what I'd do with one.
Where are the calculations that go with a calculated risk?