Do you have to be rich to have shares in a company? Are you rich if you have a 401k?
That’s actually what it means... to run a business. The drivers are given a quote for what they will be paid, they have a choice to take the job or not. The alternative is that they don’t have a job. No one lied to the drivers about anything.
I get it. I don’t blame them. They are a for profit company that wants to make money, which they are entitled to try to do. They can’t make money if drivers are classified as employees. Unless they drastically raise rates, which riders won’t be happy with. This was likely the least costly approach to take.
Apple needs to cut the shit and allow their watches to store music from Spotify for use offline. Such a monopolistic move that stems from Spotify not wanting to give Apple a 30(!) percent cut of their membership revenue by charging through the app.
I appreciate the review which does consider flaws. The sizing is too small, only 16 oz, and I would hate the weight carrying it around. The high initial cost for the bottle—100 bucks? Also the refills are 12 bucks—like the ink in your printer cartridges, way overpriced. Not to mention more plastic garbage, you should… Read more
shit man, hope it all gets better for you
It’s a good an interesting interview, but the bit at the end seems a little disingenuous. I have not seen any suggestions that we should build 12,000 nuclear reactors to completely replace all existing energy sources, nor have I seen pro-nuclear people blasely pass off Chernobyl as an accident with acceptable losses.… Read more
Your Facebook password should never pass through Kinja’s server. They should be using OAuth or a similar scheme that gives Kinja a token for your account which is limited to what the outside app is authorized to do, not your actual password to allow carte blanche access to view, change, or post anything they want.