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Brad Ideas: How to avoid a pilot suicide
After 9/11 there was a lot of talk about how to prevent it, and the best method was to fortify the cockpit door and prevent unauthorized access. Every security system, however, sometimes prevents authorized people from getting access, and the tragic resu...
Dateline: 2015-03-27 10:45am -07:00T (542 words)
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Brad Ideas: What colour is the dress? It's both.
Perhaps by now you are sick of the dress that 3/4 people see as “white and gold” and 1/4 people see as “dark blue and black.” If you haven’t seen it, it’s easy to find. What’s amazing is to see how violent the a...
Dateline: 2015-03-06 4:45pm -08:00T (565 words)
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Brad Ideas: Targeted Ads after I buy something are really annoying
I’m sure you’ve seen it. Shop for something and pretty quickly, half the ads you see on the web relate to that thing. And you keep seeing those ads, even after you have made your purchase, sometimes for weeks on end.At first blush, it makes ...
Dateline: 2015-03-06 11:45am -08:00T (544 words)
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Brad Ideas: Uber price in LA approaches robocar cheap
I was recently considering the price of UberX in Los Angeles. It’s gotten disturbingly low: Flag drop: $0 18 cents/minute 90 cents/mile This is not a very good deal for the driver. After Uber’s 20% cut, that’s 72 cents/mile. ...
Dateline: 2015-02-28 1:45pm -08:00T (743 words)
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Brad Ideas: Issues in regulating robocars, and the case for a light hand
All over the world, people (and governments) are debating about regulations for robocars. First for testing, and then for operation. It mostly began when Google encouraged the state of Nevada to write regulations, but now it’s in full force. T...
Dateline: 2015-02-26 2:15pm -08:00T (160 words)
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Brad Ideas: Time for phones to have replaceable shock corners and more battery
Everywhere I go, a vast majority of people seem to now have two things in associating with their phone — a protective case, and a spare USB charging battery. The battery is there because most phones stopped having switchable batteries some time ag...
Dateline: 2015-02-26 9:15am -08:00T (596 words)
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Brad Ideas: Where's my fast, smart, overhead scanner?
Back in 2008, I proposed the idea of a scanner club which would share high-end scanning equipment to rid of houses of the glut of paper. It’s a harder problem than it sounds. I bought a high-end Fujitsu office scanner (original price $5K, but I ...
Dateline: 2015-02-16 5:30pm -08:00T (1413 words)
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Brad Ideas: Does Tesla new home storage battery suggest an amazing breakthrough?
There has been lots of buzz over announcements from Tesla that they will sell a battery for home electricity storage manufactured in the “gigafactory” they are building to make electric car batteries. It is suggested that 1/3 of the capacity ...
Dateline: 2015-02-15 6:00am -08:00T (856 words)
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Brad Ideas: Does Tesla new home storage battery suggest an amazing breakthrough?
There has been lots of buzz over announcements from Tesla that they will sell a battery for home electricity storage manufactured in the “gigafactory” they are building to make electric car batteries. It is suggested that 1/3 of the capacity ...
Dateline: 2015-02-14 4:45pm -08:00T (856 words)
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Brad Ideas: The Daily Show is the most valuable TV program out there, and probably will still be that
Musings on the economies of cutting the cord.Over the past 14 years, there has been only one constant in my TV viewing, and that’s The Daily Show. I first loved it with Craig Kilborn, and even more under Jon Stewart. I’ve seen almost all of ...
Dateline: 2015-02-14 3:45am -08:00T (883 words)
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Brad Ideas: The Daily Show is the most valuable TV program out there, and probably will still be that
Musings on the economies of cutting the cord.Over the past 14 years, there has been only one constant in my TV viewing, and that’s The Daily Show. I first loved it with Craig Kilborn, and even more under Jon Stewart. I’ve seen almost all of ...
Dateline: 2015-02-13 2:30pm -08:00T (883 words)
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Brad Ideas: The Daily Show is the most valuable TV program out there, and probably will still be that
Musings on the economies of cutting the cord.Over the past 14 years, there has been only one constant in my TV viewing, and that’s The Daily Show. I first loved it with Craig Kilborn, and even more under Jon Stewart. I’ve seen almost all of ...
Dateline: 2015-02-13 1:15am -08:00T (883 words)
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Brad Ideas: Keep Calm and Carry Passengers -- UK robocar projects level up
The government baked robocar projects in the UK are going full steam, with this press release from the UK government to accompany the unveiling of the prototype Lutz pod which should ply the streets of Milton Keynes and Greenwich. This comes along with t...
Dateline: 2015-02-12 12:30pm -08:00T (490 words)
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Brad Ideas: Keep Calm and Carry Passengers -- UK robocar projects level up
The government baked robocar projects in the UK are going full steam, with this press release from the UK government to accompany the unveiling of the prototype Lutz pod which should ply the streets of Milton Keynes and Greenwich. This comes along with t...
Dateline: 2015-02-12 12:00am -08:00T (490 words)
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Brad Ideas: Keep Calm and Carry Passengers -- UK robocar projects level up
The government baked robocar projects in the UK are going full steam, with this press release from the UK government to accompany the unveiling of the prototype Lutz pod which should ply the streets of Milton Keynes and Greenwich. This comes along with t...
Dateline: 2015-02-11 11:45am -08:00T (490 words)
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