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Why Are So Many New Cars' Gear Selectors Stupid? | Column | Car and Driver
Here's an idea: "Shifting is entirely crowdsourced and updated via the cloud."
It’s been a while since I’ve heard of any car company paying big money to someone with a vague New Agey job description, which means the time is ripe for me to cash in on that lucrative sector. I figure that my angle is to tell them things that ought to be obvious but somehow aren’t, so I’m going to call myself the Innovation Dictator. (I was gonna go with Innovation Consultant, but autocracy is so hot right now.) I hereby invite product planners and design directors to consult me whenever they’ve got an idea that just might be cockamamie. What kind of ideas? Glad you asked.
cars  driving  technology 
yesterday by rgl7194
Roborace's Self-Driving Car Just Completed It First Full Speed Lap At 124 MPH - Digg
Roborace's Self-Driving Car Just Completed It First Full Speed Lap At 124 MPH via Digg http://digg.com/video/roborace-self-driving-car-lap?utm_source=ifttt Though we knew the AI revolution would lead to unemployment in certain sectors, we could not have guessed that "race car driver" would be one of the first professions to get the axe.
IFTTT  Digg  tech  technology 
yesterday by joeo10
Where America's High Tech Cities Are (and Will Be) - CityLab
Where America's High Tech Cities Are (and Will Be) via Digg https://www.citylab.com/tech/2017/06/wheres-the-real-next-silicon-valley/530352/?utm_source=ifttt A new report digs into the metrics of America’s emerging tech hubs, and finds some surprises.
IFTTT  Digg  tech  technology 
yesterday by joeo10
Movie studio tells all about Dark Overlord's leak of 'Orange Is the New Black'
Movie studio tells all about Dark Overlord's leak of 'Orange Is the New Black'
grahamcluley  technology 
yesterday by slogger

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