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Zero Hedge 01/17/2020 23:05
The Machines Have Us Trained For Obedience, Paul Craig Roberts. Many decades ago there was an issue of Mad comics that portrayed a future time when everything was done by robots and humans had no function. One day the system failed. As it had been eons since humans had to do anything, no one knew how to fix the system. It was Mad comics version of Armageddon. I think that is where the digital revolution is taking us. I remember when appliances and cars responded to humans, and now humans respond to them. When I grew up cars and home appliances did not go “beep-beep” to remind you of the things you were supposed to do, such as turn off the car lights and take the keys out of the ignition, or turn off the oven and shut the fridge. Cars, except. 01/17/2020 22:53
General cargo ship PEMBA lost part of her deck cargo on Jan 14, while sailing in stormy waters off Spain’s northwestern coast of Costa da Morte area, Galiciam en route from Ceuta Spain to Szczecin Poland.. Several steel construction pontoons were lost overboard, remaining afloat and endangering traffic in the area. By Jan 17 reportedly, all pontoons were accounted for, and recovered. The ship interrupted voyage and called port of Vigo, Spain, to fix remaining deck cargo and probably, take on board recovered pontoons. As of morning Jan 18, the ship was still berthed at Vigo. FleetMon Vessel Risk Rating:
PhoneArena 01/17/2020 22:53
Firefox says that when it decided to create a new browsing app for Android, it wanted the browser to be faster and more reliable than its current Stable app. It also wanted it to be based on its own GeckoView mobile browser engine; this would allow users to enjoy "the highest level of privacy and security available on the Android platform." The company also didn't want Android users to have to decide "between privacy and a great browsing experience.". that starting this coming Tuesday, January 21, 2020, a new version of Firefox Nightly will be launched. This version ...
Zero Hedge 01/17/2020 22:45
OK Boomer: Ex-Citi Banker Wins Ageism Case After Boss Calls Him "Old... Set In His Ways". Today in "anytime you fire someone it's always a case of discrimination" news... A former investment banker for Citigroup has won an age discrimination case against the bank after one of his bosses called him "old" and "set in his ways" when he was laid off at age 55. A London Tribunal ruled in the ex-banker's favor this week, finding that Niels Kirk was dismissed unfairly. Kirk had previously been a managing director for energy banking, according to . He had previously been employed at Citigroup for 26 years and wasn't given any warning about a proposed restructuring. Citi says it will appeal the decision. One of his bosses, 54 year old Manolo Falco, d.

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