But, as this article indicates, it doesn’t really make a difference. Why? This is why:
Both Lyft and Uber actively work against the interests of their employees.
Although Uber CEO Travis Kalanick was widely criticized for his ties to Trump, one of Lyft’s major investors is Trump’s tech adviser Peter Thiel, who notably funded an anti-First Amendment crusade that brought down our late sister site, Gawker.
Meanwhile, conservatives are starting a #DeleteLyft campaign. But joke’s on them! Ethical decision-making is impossible under late capitalism, and choice is an illusion. It’s Coke vs. Pepsi, and as even as a Diet Coke enthusiast, I can recognize they’re more or less the same damn bubbles in a different shiny can.
Lyft successfully capitalized off this weekend’s #DeleteUber campaign, besting its biggest competitor in the App Store for the first time ever.
Source: Lyft Beats Uber for First Time in App Store, But Under Capitalism All Choice Is Meaningless
So, for me, at least, I’m keeping Uber installed, but going to install Lyft as well and see which ones are nearby. Take a read of the referenced article and make your own decision.
Let’s see if he comes after me now, for posting this….
The man who claims to have invented email is taking legal actions, or threatening such, against anyone who publicly disagrees with his version of history.
Source: The Man Who Didn’t Invent Email Attacks Free Speech | FOSS Force
Samsung have finally revealed details regarding the battery explosions. It doesn’t stop me from keeping being a Samsung person – there’s not many other brands I trust out in the market at the moment. So I’ll keep with Samsung for now,
Two different production problems from two different suppliers killed the Note 7.
Source: Official Galaxy Note 7 investigation blames small battery cases, poor welding | Ars Technica
The horrific suicide video of Katelyn Nicole Davis, a 12-year-old girl from Cedartown, Georgia, has gone viral – and police say there is nothing they can do to stop it from being shared.
Source: Katelyn Nicole Davis suicide video is going viral – and cops are powerless to stop it | Daily Mail Online
Despite being a library that most people outside of the technology industry have never heard of, the Heartbleed bug in OpenSSL caught the attention of the mainstream press when it was uncovered in April 2014 because so many websites were vulnerable to theft of sensitive server and user data. At LinuxCon Europe, Rich Salz and Tim Hudson from the OpenSSL team did a deep dive into what happened with Heartbleed and the steps the OpenSSL team are taking to improve the project.
Source: OpenSSL after Heartbleed | Linux.com | The source for Linux information
Open source Android ROM project dies, developers launch fork.
Source: Cyanogen Inc. shuts down CyanogenMod in Christmas bloodbath | Ars Technica
So, CM is dead, but like with most things in the open source world, things will be forked, especially if there’s a disagreement between the two. In this case, rather than compete, it’s a desire to keep the project going.