VW is adamant about putting only one reverse light. Bad decision. Creates safety risk. Looks bad/broken. Shows Volkswagen's arrogance. They're prioritizing their convention/habit over functionality and safety/security. Implies they can do the same elsewhere [maybe they're already doing this manywhere]. Dangerous. Creates an opening for competitors that can be exploited [customers can be told how VW is being arrogant and is giving inferior functionality and putting people at risk].
Wednesday, March 29, 2017
Posted by Rishabh Singla at 12:27 AM
Thursday, March 23, 2017
It's rather silly that almost every article/report out there talks about only three large Middle East airlines - Emirates, Qatar Airways, and Etihad. Wrong. There are four, and the definitive fourth one is Turkish Airlines [if only fleet size is looked at, even Saudi Arabian Airlines could be included as the fifth one]. How in the world can any aviation expert worth his salt forget or not mention Turkish when talking about Arab/Middle East/Muslim airlines? Turkish Airlines is for all practical purposes identical to the "big three" Gulf airlines [in terms of size, ambition, and effect].
Posted by Rishabh Singla at 1:57 AM
Friday, March 17, 2017
The concept of raiding offices of technology companies is becoming increasingly irrelevant and largely symbolic [COMPACTIDEA]
- Does anyone seriously believe that the most nefarious conversations, deals, strategies/tactics, etc., of modern companies - especially technology companies - are present in physical form in their offices [e.g., on printed paper], ready for analysis/scrutiny for anyone and everyone? No. Such information is stored in encrypted form in the Cloud, or in miniature [encrypted] memory cards whose locations are unknown, or stored in conventional off-the-shelf online services but with plausible deniability [the very presence of an account or accounts with one or more of such services is undisclosed/uncertain/unknown/unprovable].
- The practice of law enforcement conducting a "raid" on the offices of companies is thus reducing in its relevance. Little, if anything, is to be found in such raids. The information they're looking for is present [no doubt], but it's hidden away and obfuscated in a way that law enforcement cannot even detect or prove its presence, let alone decrypt it.
Posted by Rishabh Singla at 12:14 AM