One In Three Jobs Will Be Taken By Software Or Robots By 2025, Says Gartner
We used to be a nation of 90% farmers. Now we have less than 10% employed farming, 80% were replaced with robots. The article should have been 1 on 3 of the remaining jobs will be replaced.
Solar Plant Sets Birds On Fire As They Fly Overhead
By far the biggest killer of wild birds is cats, feral and domestic let out.
Here are a bunch of things (including wind power) that kill more birds per year than solar:
Verizon Now Throttling Top 'Unlimited' Subscribers On 4G LTE
you really have two choices: 1. punish the heaviest users; 2. punish everyone.
There is a third choice, 3. expand capability.
Find the towers that sometimes saturate. Then take some of the profits Verizon creates, and increase those towers' capacity, or just outright add new towers. Adding towers would improve coverage, boost signal strength, and in general cut power requirements both for the tower and the customer's phone.
Rocket Scientist Designs "Flare" Pot That Cooks Food 40% Faster
The poster was correct, Jet boil aleady has fins to make boiling start faster, with less energy used. Take a look for yourself.
New Microsoft CEO Vows To Shake Up Corporate Culture
Microsoft does a good job of supporting backward compatibility because it has to do so to maintain lock-in. If things weren't very compatible from version to version, you might be tempted to try something else. That is how Microsoft rakes in their money for a product that is in many ways worse than a free product: lock-in.
IEEE Spectrum Ranks the Top Programming Languages
Java is often the top rated language, so it is not surprising that HTML is lower rated. I don't know if they are counting HTML 5 as HTML.
On the Significance of Google's New Cardboard: An Idea Worth Recycling
Another vendor: http://tinyurl.com/qc3wdk8
Looks like a faithful reproduction of the original kit.
Satanists Propose Monument At Oklahoma State Capitol Next To Ten Commandments
So a sterile woman should not have the right to be married? I don't get your line of thought here.
What About the Grey Gamers?
Percentage of market makes no difference. It is absolute numbers. People in the early days of computing were happy to make a game to sell a few thousand units. Now that the total gaming market is so much bigger, game companies foolishly turn up their noses at numbers of gamers that would make developing a great game worthwhile and profitable. It is just herd thinking.
Yes, I am 55 years old, and I play Animal Crossing on the DS, and bought a PS2 so that I could play Katamari I and Katamari II. I will buy any game that I think will be fun. I am not terribly price-sensitive. I do not really enjoy pretending to disembowel other people and then watch the flies buzz around.