Net neutrality is just a "slogan."
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2013 - FAST LANE CAR WASH & QUICK LUBE, INC.
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- The Internet needs paid fast lanes, anti-net neutrality senator says
By Jon Brodkin - Friday Jun 9, 2017
- What This Dutch Entrepreneur Learned By Launching A Washing-Machine Startup In India
By Coen Vermeer - Wednesday Jun 14, 2017
It all started with a TED Talk.
I was still a student in the Netherlands when I watched a TED Talk that changed my career–and it was about washing machines. In it, the Swedish statistician Hans Rosling argues that the washing machine was one of the most revolutionary technological inventions of the modern age, having freed millions of homebound women from hours of manual labor. I was inspired–and had a hunch I could improve on the appliance’s social impact even further.
- Hyperlane for self-driving cars could reduce congestion
By David Curry - Tuesday Jun 6, 2017
The introduction of self-driving vehicles will not automatically solve all congestion problems and some studies say traffic levels could rise as young teens, elderly, and disabled swap public transport for their own autonomous vehicle. Anthony Barrs and Baiyu Chen, two research students from the University of California, Berkeley, have published a system that could reduce the level of traffic and give drivers added incentive to switch to a safer mode of transport. See Also: I’m riding here! New York City prepares for autonomous cars It is called the Hyperlane, a super-fast lane exclusively...Read More
- Guy drives his Smart car straight into a store to avoid the rain
By Yi Shu Ng - Thursday Jun 15, 2017
Why park, when your car will fit through the door?
A driver in Jiangsu, eastern China, drove his Smart car right into a convenience store, to buy a bottle of yoghurt and some potato chips.
In a video gone viral, the pint-sized car is seen slipping through the store doors:
The cashier was originally alarmed at first when the driver tapped his horn, but he reacted quickly to ask what he wanted:
The guy then asked the store clerk to bring him his order of a bag of chips and some yoghurt.
The cashier even handled his payment in cash, darting between the car and the till. Finally, he even guides the driver out of the store. Read more...More about China, Viral, Cars, Smart, and Convenience Store
- Subway Thinks New Ordering Kiosks & App Will Help You Forget The Last Few Years
By Laura Northrup - Thursday Jun 15, 2017
The last few years have not been kind to Subway. Jared Fogle, the longtime face of the company is behind bars. Its founder and president Fred DeLuca passed away in 2015, and after years of substantial growth, the total number of Subway franchises recently began to shrink, as did sales. What’s the solution? Technology! Until now, the …
- A Former Navy SEAL On The Hidden Influencers In Every Team
By Chris Fussell - Tuesday Jun 13, 2017
To spot who they are, have every new hire follow this rule for 90 days.
In 2010, I was an executive officer in the Navy, splitting my time between U.S. headquarters and being deployed to an international location. This arrangement proved tricky as my responsibilities at headquarters grew, so I was authorized to hire a civilian to handle budget management, equipment maintenance, travel, and training coordination, among other functions.
- Judge Sentences Ex-Rio Governor to 14 Years in Corruption Case
Tuesday Jun 13, 2017
Former Rio de Janeiro state Gov. Sérgio Cabral was sentenced to 14 years in prison Tuesday for corruption and money laundering, becoming one of the most high-profile Brazilian politicians yet convicted in the sprawling Car Wash probe.
- Car horns are weirdly aggressive, so this guy made a friendlier version
By Johnny Lieu - Wednesday Jun 14, 2017
Driving can already be stressful enough, and it's not helped by the plethora of aggressive-sounding horns standard in most cars.
Fortunately, YouTuber Mark Rober has come up with the "nicest car horn ever," a higher-pitched honk that toots twice quickly.
It's for situations where you want to show courtesy, like if a driver forgets something on their roof, or you want a car to move forward in the drive-thru.
But for more pressing situations, there's a horn that bellows like an ocean liner — perfect when you want to warn some pesky kids off the road. Car makers, it's not a bad idea. Read more...More about Video, Cars, Transportation, Culture, and Car