I wouldn't mind the ability to "share" my 1080 GTX amongst all the devices in my local network. Essentially share my gaming grunt to the mobiles/laptops.. I don't expect there to much of a market for this though.
20 posts • joined 2 Dec 2011
Seems like posturing more than anything practical achieved when you take in to account:
Tillerson's in Russia
Trump is meeting Xi
There is a carrier group floating over to N Korea with a bunch of rhetoric
Pictures of nuke tests in Cali and the pacific just got declassified
Trump needs something to distract from his scandals badly
Only use it for what you're willing to lose
I use LastPass, its extremely convenient, but doesn't mean I have to use it for everything. I layer my email addresses and passwords - junk combo for throw away sites, medium combo for websites which have no exposure, both in Lastpass. And thirdly my main email address and a strong password based on a sentence which I memorise for banking and sensitive stuff which will never see any sort of password vault ever. If someone hacked my lastpass it would be inconvenient, but they'd get nothing..
The uber experience is the same as a minicab for me in London, but generally the cab comes much quicker at a little greater expense. Generally good cars - BMWs or Prius etc. Very handy for me.
I'm a fairly tall guy so I don't have to worry about safety, however I wouldn't put my girlfriend in one of these by herself late at night for the same reasons as a mincab - you have no idea how vettted the drivers are.