Wednesday, July 2, 2014
However back to the idea of no cars, if we had to walk to our homes, we might entirely abandon the car in favor of maybe a bicycle and buses, which are easier to send to a central collection point anyhow and wouldn't we all breathe easier if we achieved this?
Don't get me wrong, I used to love to drive and sometimes the car is a real convenience, but I wish that as a society we could get out of it more and do other things to get from here to there. Telecommuting is a big one, one-line shopping can really help, but I think there is a economy of scale in that last mile if we all simply park at our neighborhood store and walked home. In order to realize this we probably also have to be less individual about owning our car, and share cars more, otherwise the parking might not be enough. The point though is we can probably get this done with the current infrastructure.
Wednesday, May 14, 2014
configuration management talks, I had no idea there were 3 more that i hadn't heard about.
Friday, February 7, 2014
Years ago people use install dragon on the computer to be able to talk to it today can do this to my cell phone to my blog and pretty much with everything perfect this is actually pretty amazing what will tomorrow bring question I should leave some corrected we accept it can shooting
OK so maybe speaking tho my phone kissing poshest but typing makes mistakes tho