“The most important thing is to not have people crowded together within six feet,” Swartzberg says. “The great irony of that is that because there are fewer riders on public transportation now, public transportation doesn’t have the funds that it needs to run. So what do they do to resolve that? They cut back on the number of trains. What that does, of course, is make them more crowded when people have to ride them. That’s the worst thing we can be doing in the face of a pandemic.” … [Read more...] about Public transit is on the brink of death. This is how we save it
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“Any public company, any reasonable organization, needs to have a disaster recovery plan,” he says. “When Hurricane Sandy hit, we had a really hard time in New York. It was relatively early days for [our current management team]. We were still building up our infrastructure and we lost our email servers for about 2.5 days. To say the very least, that focused on our mind. And ever since then, we’ve been highly focused on disaster recovery.” … [Read more...] about Take-Two CEO: Hurricane Sandy helped us prepare for coronavirus pandemic
“With TikTok, we’re literally seeing new influencers pop up overnight and then get represented by managers to get paid for sponsorships. It can take months or years to get to grow a channel on YouTube. The fast growth and exposure potential makes TikTok a viable threat to YouTube across a huge range of content categories,” said Evan Asano, founder and CEO of the influencer marketing agency MediaKix. … [Read more...] about TikTok isn’t paying its biggest stars, but they don’t really care
Terraria’s 8-bit graphics translate to lots of tedious block placing and subtle movements to create an awesome, and functional, home base. Terraria’s gameplay, however, leans on combat for challenge. While you’ll need to build a base, just as in Minecraft, there’s not quite as much depth in the base-building systems. … [Read more...] about Backlog: Terraria is an indie classic with an enviable legacy
It’s not uncommon for smart home gadgets to send and receive data to outside servers, like the tiny bits of data whenever a smart light bulb is activated via voice commands. TC Chang, U.S. go-to-market manager at Ecovacs Robotics said, “the stream is not shared or stored on the robot or any server in any way that is accessible to Ecovacs or thirrd parties.” … [Read more...] about Should you be worried about cameras in robot vacuums?