Re: Printer Features
surely you don't mean features like resolution. PostScript has has that problem solved for decades. so what super fancy features would not be supported by a generic driver?
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you can have an NDA, but on the other hand by law there are things you are expressly permitted to say. and the law trumps contracts such as an NDA.
for example a company cannot prevent a person from reporting a crime by welding an NDA or other contract.
it's he said she said except the NLRB is investigating, which changes my assumptions.
since there are multiple instances being investigated, I'm not sure what an ad hominem based on the workers (presumed?) work location has to do with things. especially given that if the worker works in silicon valley, the company must be there too.
> Twitter is a website
> The platform provides nothing of significant importance.
evidently, this is not correct. twitter is daily news.
> The same applies to all other similar platforms, it’s just a website, littered with paid advertising, who cares?
even if we accept that twitter is insignificant, how would this follow?
> If you’re posting PII to unimportant shitcunts infrastructure
i feel like i've not been smart enough to replying to Rage Itself. do chill out, even though i think you're wrong, and twitter is significant, it's certainly not important enough to rage about.
there are a number of reasons an instance might notice
- the kernel doesn't have modern drivers.
- the kernel is built for a paravirtual hypervisor
- the kernel doesn't support newer CPUs.
- the application has race conditions and will lose on a newer CPU
i would be willing to consider continuing to use m1.medium in exchange for not having to do the testing.
i don't think ai is the solution, but i agree there is a huge number of things that need to be addressed before certifying automated flights, or single-pilot flights. because a single pilot can be incapacitated, all the problems of 0 pilot flight need to be solved for single-pilot flight, and additionally, you need to solve for single pilot problems such as mental health. and that's my only point.
btw, the failure in this case appears to lie with the meat computers on the ground who according to official reports are saying that fire trucks were not cleared for the runway, but clearly fire trucks were on the runway.
i'm not taking issue with the fact that two pilots in the cockpit is a good thing, but...
autopilot and even autoland is significantly easier than self-driving cars. kids and dogs don't run out into the sky chasing balls. so i can't agree that "we can't make robot cars work" so it follows that planes are out of the question. autopilot has been a thing for decades, and full autoland since the late 60s. it's even trusted to land when pilots wouldn't otherwise be able to land.
due to human factors, i would think we are closer to 0 pilots being realistically safe, than 1.