2,000 cars (Nano, by Tata) and $20 per gallon of gas?
HP printer and ink model.
Thin client, thick server.
I got it, I got it!
In the same vein, they should subsidize “Blu-ray” disc player, that way, more of us (late adopters) will get onboard quicker.
Mid-summer! Beach time. But not innocence time.
I notice some teenagers stopped by the Barnes and Nobles Woodstock display table.
The first piece was about an experiment on life prolonging (by curtailing your diet intake), but the other monkey which ate all he could appear to be happier and more vibrant (who wouldn’t show survivor’s guilt when all your party friends already dead, leaving you the dieting nerd as the last man standing). Joie de vivre!
I struggle a little bit when trying to make sense of the Race in Space. I remember the Regan’s Star War shield.
But as far as trying to “conquer” Space, it’s the stuff for Trekkie.
I can barely be a techie (being in technical sales).
However Wolf’s observation makes sense: if the Sun is to be blowing up at some point, at least for the human species to survive, we need to work on some contingencies, however costly and enduring those commitments might involve.
Maybe the premise isn’t strong enough to sustain itself through various administrations, with their own juxtaposing and opposing priorities.
Right now it’s health care (after the environment whose legislation got through last month).
All of the sudden, nobody seem to remember many of us still suffer the economic downturn, as Paulson put it,
“could have been worse”. The stimulus itself has disbursed about 10+% as of this writing. Maybe it has a long tail too.
Why don’t GM consider using its bail out money to purchase Tata or Chery (Chinese auto company). We can always get it back in the long run with $20 per gallon of gas. HP did it with its printer sitting next to me as I write this.