*Multipage highlights. Finally.
*Half my pictures are more that than years old. Would love to see how Everpix organizes them.
Just added these two articles to Instapaper.
*Look forward to reading them.
“According to a J.D. Power & Associates (MHFI) survey published in April, 39 percent of people would be interested in owning an autonomous car, but only 21 percent said they’d be interested if it cost them an extra $3,000.”
*The future of self-driving car is not ownership, but time sharing [opinion]. Think of a community with cars spread out and shared amongst members. Pay by the mile with time of day surcharges and discounts. Need to get to work at 8am? Well, if there is a lot of demand at that time, there will be higher prices to get people to switch their non time sensitive activities to a time with lower demand.
Imagine how this could be used as a car pooling device for people driving to the same location. People could be picked up and both parties get a better price for doing so.
Sharing points? Maybe. Perhaps a dashboard and tracker for people…
- How many miles do I travel alone?
- How many miles do I travel as part of a carpool?
“Hoping to minimize the inconvenience to customers, the Postal Service is encouraging coffee shops and grocery and hardware stores to provide limited mail services. “
*Sort of like a store within a store or like a mini mall. One stop shop. This might be like the opposite of Walmart. Go small and offer services the community values in a one stop shop location.
The Temp Economy: From Kelly Girls to Permatemps in Postwar America: Erin Hatton: 9781439900819: Amazon.com: Books: “The Temp Economy: From Kelly Girls to Permatemps in Postwar America”
*This book looks interesting.
My Musings will be a new category on this site. These will be writings that I’ve most likely written in the past. These could be spur of the moment thoughts that are incomplete as published, they could also be more full formed. I’ll try to included a note somewhere in each post to indicate changes and updates to the original. In the past I’ve used apps to capture an idea or thought and saved it to Dropbox. To the file saved in Dropbox I’ll add something like “Posted” to the end of the file name so as to not post the same item more than once.
Why would you choose the 5 watt over the 12 watt?
*Same price for each. The 12 watt adapter charges devices much quicker. It appears neither comes with a USB cable.
A new book by Mitch Joel, Ctrl Alt Delete, was featured in book email. Looked on Amazon first, saw there was an Audible version. One credit used to buy it on the spot.
What gets you to buy?