There's other hardware, and other DAWs, that can do similar things. Beyond looking cool, I'd still put money on Push and the latest from Ableton rise above the competition.
“EPB offers faster Internet speeds for the money, and shows equal pep in both uploading and downloading content, with Comcast and AT&T trailing on quickness.” Meanwhile, EPB officials tell the Washington Post that the utility’s telecom services have become “a great profit center” — an assertion confirmed by a Standard & Poor credit upgrade notice pointing out that the utility “is now covering all costs from telephone, video and Internet revenue, as well as providing significant financial benefit to the electric system.”
The track record to date is bad. And is this calculus business as usual?
"Lockheed has carefully hired suppliers and subcontractors in almost every state to ensure that virtually all senators and members of Congress have a stake in keeping the program -- and the jobs it has created -- in place."
Probably -- it's effective at this scale.
When looking at milestones of his Testing & Learning, mind especially the dates: hardly anyone was doing what he was doing when he was doing it; no one of his (marketability) stature was doing it at all -- nor mostly still. E.g.
"In 1994, he released "Interactive," a CD-ROM containing a videogame, unreleased music, interviews, a virtual tour and more. Three years later, he was one of the first major artists to try -- unsuccessfully -- to release an album via the then-relatively-new Internet."
“This is the excellent foppery of the world, that,
when we are sick in fortune -- often the surfeit
of our own behavior -- we make guilty of our
disasters the sun, the moon, and the stars: as
if we were villains by necessity; fools by
heavenly compulsion; knaves, thieves, and
treachers by spherical predominance; drunkards,
liars, and adulterers by an enforced obedience of
planetary influence; and all that we are evil in
by a divine thrusting on: an admirable evasion
of whoremaster man, to lay his goatish
disposition to the charge of a star.”
― Edmund the (utter and complete) bastard, King Lear
They're making it more mobile-friendly, making content more-cleanly presented and simple to discover, and they're moving to WordPress. The expectation is to drive print and digital subs while they continue to hone their digital voice.
TNY's David Remnick says it's a challenge 'creating online content distinct from the print magazine, “but I don’t mean the word ‘challenge’ in the way that it’s used in the business world as a cliché for disaster. I mean it in the original sense of the word.”'
"This kind of conflict will be fought by spies, commandos, hackers, dupes, and mercenaries -- exactly the kind of operatives at the GRU's disposal."
"NATO and the West still have no effective response to this development. NATO, a military alliance built to respond to direct and overt aggression, has already found itself at a loss"
A lot of people don't care to hear or appreciate that reproducing problems is key to fixing them. Re self-driving cars -- and I'm psyched for these to become Generally Available -- scores of interdependent systems need to work in sync in real time across essentially infinite variables. When all drivers are robots, it's a more straightforward challenge; while there are still any pesky meatbags at the wheel, the rollout is going to be interesting.
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