1984 should be mandatory reading for everyone.
Regaurdless of opinion I will always feel a government should be afraid of the power of the people. Our government should be a reflection of its people and far too long there has been a disconnect between our elected individuals and those who they are meant to represent.
This is what happens when fear becomes your master.
Is purposely lieing about your "bot" problem when reporting your stats for an IPO fraud? If so Reddit will get crushed if anyone investigates... They sweep it under the rug but they most know how bad it is..
Apple should enter the smart windshield market (it doesn't exist yet).. Make an AR windshield that is a hud display. Highlights objects you might want to know about, shows navigation (write lines on the ground), and few other things. Maybe build siri into into it.. Seems like a better step towards auto driving than trying for full auto like everyone else..
Farthest left is total government control. Farthest right is no government control. We do best on the inside of those boundaries.
This has been the hardest year of my life so far. I wonder how many people agree?
I agree with that sentiment. It's been a bad year overall.
Dunno, for me, it has been tough, but a lot of blessings have appeared over the past year. I think I've lived through worse.
the hardest was 2018, when i lost the ability to walk
Look up. Understand God has control of this. Ask for guidance. Look around. See how others are reacting to this situation. Look down. Understand what you can do to make a difference.
In the social media "world" the ones who are the least busy post the most. Hard worker or busy life? Your voice is rarely heard.
If Americans were "obedient" there would be no America.
Crazy is seeing colors when everyone else only sees black and white. Insanity is having words for those colors.
I can write a highly optimized piece of code that runs at 1ms or I can run an extremely readable piece of code that runs at 2 ms. In most cases isn't the correct choice readability > optimization? Prioritizing optimization over readability just means that less and less people can actually maintain my code.