What did people even do all day before the internet...
People have a pretty abysmal knowledge of computers, but almost never so bad that they try to have them removed from their office. IT people have to be very patient when a customer's computer won't work. Sometimes people don't know what a power button is. We don't envy people who have to deal with this level of ignorance on a daily basis.
What episode of Black Mirror is this? Just a little unsettling to read through the tidal wave of comically wholesome feedback in the comments section. Looks like the world of Facebook users in this particular scenario have nothing but great thing to say about the Zuck.
Most of the time, life doesn't go as smoothly as we want it to. Life has nasty little surprises around the corner. But there are some things that will always work like clockwork: machines. There are no nasty surprises with machines. No getting caught in the rain without an umbrella. No parking fines on your windscreen. No dropping your toast on the floor face down. None of that. Mechanical things are dependable. Predictable. So here are ten mechanical GIFs of things working that will satisfy your innate desire for order.
Mark Kern, who was the team lead for Vanilla World of Warcraft, the creator of Em-8ER, Firefall, a producer of Diablo 2, Starcraft, Broodwar, and more, has drawn his line in the sand when it comes to China and their nasty, shady gaming business practices. He calls out Blizzard for being spineless when it comes to standing up against China.
This guy's trying to challenge the stereotype about all these brilliant tech masterminds starting their global operations from within the confines of a stuffy garage. Instead, he asserts that some of these billionaires enjoyed the benefits of other factors like generational wealth, family investments, nepotism, etc.
If you've ever felt disconcerted by the way technology/AI have interfered in our lives, you're not alone. Twitter account @internetofshit is basically dedicated to waking people up to the fact that tech is ruining our lives in the most capitalistic ways possible. Let's all find new ways to do necessary life things and charge people a premium for it. What the heck is the world coming to?