I'm curious what everyone's thoughts are on how Google Stadia will change how we think about input lag. If the controller inputs are streamed over WiFi to the Stadia servers, then it sends the video with your inputs to a display, does this negate some of the input/display lag? This could be a good thing for VR if they can also stream inputs from VR headsets and controllers. I'm hoping someone with more knowledge can shed some light on this.
I already pay almost 65% of my income to taxes (between sales tax, tolls, fed/state taxes, property tax, etc - I did the math last year). The fact that Trump's "trade war" is going to result in the consumer paying more in taxes across multiple industries while the richest 10% use loop holes to keep their income away from taxes really irks me
I'm better than everyone else, and I'm going to post here to chastise people taking advantage of the situation, but only because they wouldn't know I was better than them unless I point it out. You're doing it wrong.
Even once world peace is achieved, people will become complacent over time, and greed will find it's way to the top again. This cycle will continue and has been happening in small isolated areas for long time, which is probably why it will never happen on a global scale.
No one has it "figured out". When I was a kid I assumed the adults in my life had things figured out, but the older I get the more I realize that we are all just guessing. Be what you want, label yourself, and let your neighbor do the same.