Aren't 150 innocent civilians dying everyday in Syria from a mentally ill dictator? That's a 9/11 every month.
Where are the hours of news coverage for that every day?
Also 30,000 people have died in Iraq since the "war" supposedly ended in 2011 and the US "left". That is a few 9/11's every year for them.
By the way, every single middle-eastern country, every one of them, is currently at war, either civil-war or externally against another country or against groups like ISIS. Shouldn't thousands of hours of news time be devoted to that, like every opening paragraph on TV and in print should be - "the ENTIRE middle-east is currently at war". It is kind of important.
BBC seems to be able to cover it almost daily. American "news" virtually never unless there is a talking point some politician is pushing.
American "news" seems to find a reason to talk every hour about the plane mass-murder, many times just saying "we have nothing new to tell you" even the reporters they turn to simply repeat in different words what the anchor JUST SAID.
So why not cover all the countries currently at war in the middle east every hour. They most definitely have news every hour on that one because more people have died. No more people are going to die in that single plane crash despite hundreds of hours of coverage.
I don't believe it's just that. One of the coolest features which if it is used properly actually speeds up the response times of a normal blocking php script /app flow is the as async feature: http://docs.hhvm.com/manual/en/hack.async.php.
I understand that some countries allow small purchases to be made with special bitcoins made out of atoms and backed by fiat currency. I’m told that in those countries, their atom coins are ubiquitous, and, there is technology that allows mobile payments.
For example, you can purchase foodstuffs from vending machines using atom coins. The mind boggles.
Careful what you wish for. Instead of one big target bill with a set of laws allowing unconstitutional activity by the government, they will replace it with a ton of tiny laws buried in other bills that are impossible to target as a group.
Actually now that I think about it, Congress barely passes any bills anyway anymore so that would be tricky for them, but since many of them are there for decades, they have plenty of time.
Term limits empower the influential actors that aren't directly accountable (lobbyists, professional staff, etc.) because the people that are directly accountable don't have the experience (unless gained through those other avenues) to be effective, and don't have a future in the institution (except as influencers in those other avenues). They don't actually address the problems you point too.
Lots of state governments have legislative term limits, and many times have much more of the same kind of problem you seem concerned about.
That's correct. It's possible for a service center to load software over a wire, but that's only necessary when something goes wrong. In the normal course of events, the car pops up a little alert saying there's a software update available, and asking when you want to install it. Updates are free forever (although one expects that updates for older hardware will stop being made eventually). It's basically like an iPhone in this regard.
NB: On p. 12, section 188.8.131.52, the policy  states:
Class 1 certificates are limited to client and server
certificates, whereas the later is restricted in its usage for non-commercial purpose only. Subscribers MUST upgrade to Class 2 or higher level for any domain and site of commercial nature, when using high-profile brands and names or if involved in obtaining or relaying sensitive information such as health records, financial details, personal information etc.