Safety is about the same as being a pedestrian; you're on your own against the cars, be defensive. Make sure you make eye contact before crossing intersections where they might turn into your path.
But otherwise, if you follow standard rules of the road and pay constant attention, safety isn't that big of a deal; I've been on most major streets in the city aside from the highway, and aside from one jerkoff bus driver who tried to teach me a lesson, have stayed well clear of close calls. More than many cities, drivers here tend to be fairly cautious and courteous.
Ah. Damn those original contexts and anchors in reality! :-) Sorry.
It is in an interesting quote, but then emotional responses are to be expected to media in general I guess. I think even those responses with comparatively more thought behind them are born of and written because of emotions.
The fine art community prints at over 600dpi, and the richness it boasts is unreal. Some print as high as 1200dpi. All of the science behind the study behind the 1 arcsecond of resolution is true for 20/20 vision. But take a near-sided person, whom has an advantage to seeing close up, and visual acuity is much higher. High pixel pitch displays are the future, and the race has only just begun. Thanks for sharing!
Still waiting for the keynote day-after posts on how the crushing disappointment caused the author to self reflect and realize that maybe, just maybe, discarding a phone every single year isn't an admirable or sustainable behaviour.