If the former then we already know who designed them...
We know that it wasn't Ian. He was given a napkin. Whether or not Nigel knew the difference between feet and inches was not his problem.
Glad I'm over 50 and know what life was before interwebz. Still do. Its grand. Not being tethered to a communication device, coming and going wherever and whenever I want. You poor, POOR, self-imposed attention-deprived kids. Your life, your childrens, and theirs will never know the freedom mankind has enjoyed for the last 100,000+ years. I pity you. Truly.
I've seen my kids playing cards with their friends (and we didn't make them do it); so I say all is not lost.
“I can’t think of another company in a stronger position to be the leader for this new ecosystem and make the urban electric VTOL market real,” he says.
That's because of Uber's strong engineering track record, civic integration, and long history of co-operation with governmental agencies.
I am a father of 8, and I have plenty of anecdotal evidence that Hyland's teething tablets are effective, and I want to continue to use them for my baby.
Um, shouldn't your focus be on contraceptives?
It's the typical blather of the rich and shameless. All the bad things were just luck and all the good things were just their innate superior abilities and hard work.
Fact is, anyone can grab the brass ring if they can afford multiple tries, but most people are lucky if they can afford even a single try.
Nicolas Taleb, Fooled by Randomness great book
I wonder if Buffalo pollute as much as cows? I think we need a 5 year, 3.6 billion dollar study on this.
Eat them too; their wings are delicious.
There is a lot of truth in this trolling. Wolfram was supposed to be the new Einstein. He did work on cellular automata that, while competent, it is not beyond what a competent graduate student would do. He moved into the computer algebra world, lifting ideas and thousands of lines of code from already existing system. His impact on science and mathematics has been negligible. The guy has been good at sucking the money in his company, blowing his own trumpet hard, and little else. He commands no respect whatsoever in the scientific community, who regard him as a useless gadfly.
Agree. I read "New kind of Science" thinking there would be some great insights. Nope. The guy did some interesting cellular automata bits, but nothing that deserved to be described as "New Science." He though that he was the only guy to see that dense complexity could arise from very simple instruction set. Guess he never heard of DNA.
Elegance and truth are inversely related. -- Becker's Razor