Even if it doesn't work at least we will all at last know paradise, if only for a few brief moments.
It is a blogreggator.
So then the article is "blogreggation"?
I didn't get an allowance until I was a teenager and even then it was only 25 cents a week. Mowing a lawn in those days was worth $1..
You were lucky! We didn't have lawns when I was young.
We lived in a small shoe-box by the side of the road. Every night before bed our dad would thrash us and kill us and then dance about on our graves singing "Hallelujah!"
You try telling the geeks of today that, and they won't believe you . . .
There is also the “deskilling” issue, where eventually no one knows how to drive a car (or fly a plane). This isn’t so bad if every car on the road is autonomous, and if steering wheels are removed altogether, but the in between period could be tricky.
If all cars on the road are autonomous why don't we just have trains, light rail and subways?
It takes society thirty years, more or less, to absorb a new information technology into daily life. It took about that long to turn movable type into books in the fifteenth century. Telephones were invented in the 1870s but did not change our lives until the 1900s. Motion pictures were born in the 1890s but became an important industry in the 1920s. Television, invented in the mid-1920’s, took until the mid-1950s to bind us to our sofas.
We still have books and telephones and movies and tv's so what the hell is his point?
ps--Judging by his photo in the banner, his blog ought to be called, "I, Crinkly".
The IBM purchase of ROLM gives new meaning to the term "twisted pair". -- Howard Anderson, "Yankee Group"