A lot of videos on YouTube complain about how China’s bike sharing had become a problem since the sidewalks are littering with unused bikes. This gave me an idea, why not replicating China’s bike sharing problem into something good for car drivers! Imagine cars could be available everywhere so everyone can use their smartphone to unlock, pay, and drive away for a day. After a person is done with the car, he or she can just park the car in any parking lot nearby.
Of course, car sharing might come with more problems for the car operators/lenders than the car renters because cars are more expensive to maintain. Also, car operators need to make sure each car needs to be covered by insurance policy. This could also get rather expensive for the car operators. Nonetheless, if someone could use some good math skill or an artificial intelligence algorithm to figure out the bottom line, then I guess if the bottom line is good then there shouldn’t be a problem to allow car sharing en masse.
Just adding a video on YouTube to describe how I felt personally about using OnePlus One after 3 days. The video is shaky since I’d rarely ever used a smartphone for recording videos, and so I didn’t anticipate for the footage to be so shaky. The footage I’d taken with OnePlus One is raw; meaning I didn’t use Photoshop or any other video quality enhancement feature to make the footage looks better. I want the footage to be pristine just like how it got captured without being edited, showing the real quality of the hardware that I used to capture the footage. Nonetheless, since the video is way too shaky for normal viewing, and so I had to use a stabilizer feature which came with my video editing software to somewhat stabilize the shaky footage. In the future, if I’m ever going to do another video recording session with a smartphone, I’ll definitely put more effort in anchoring myself so the footage won’t be too shaky. Anyhow, check out the video right after the break. Enjoy!!!
Whenever I see this I go crazy! OK, what on earth I’m dabbling about? Crazy what? It’s about the RC car which runs on water. No, it’s not running over the water like a magician’s illusion, but it’s a miracle still to see RC car uses water as a fuel source. This sort of nagging me why we can’t do the same for real cars? Imagine how much more energy independence we can be as a society if we can use water as a fuel source!
OK, I already hear that some people might just go crazy over this idea in a very bad way. Some people might not like this idea at all since water supposes to be a very important fuel source for humans, therefore we should not use it as a fuel source for cars. For an example, foods should not be a source of fuel for anything but humans.
Nonetheless, I don’t suggest that water should be the only fuel source for cars. Instead, I think our cars should be adaptable in a way that our cars should be able to be powered by many fuel sources in a combination or not. For an example, if gasoline is available, then a car should be able to move about with just gasoline fuel source, but when gasoline fuel source got low, it should also be able to switch on its battery fuel source or water fuel source or whatever fuel source (or switching on all fuel source — not hybrid but it’s like many-many-brid).
Anyhow, I think if we’re too depending on a single fuel source for our whatever needs, we will be in trouble since all fuel sources do have their limitations. Even the sun would die when its fuel sources run out! Check out the video which shows an RC car that can be charged and ran on water fuel source right after the break. By the way, this RC car could also be controlled by a smartphone app.
The video right after the break shows you how to check the health of system data and hard disk on Windows 8. If you don’t already know how to do this for free, then check out the video and you won’t be disappointed. Enjoy!!!
I don’t do politics on this blog, but when politics go techie, I’ve to say welcome to the new era! Anyway, I don’t think it’s new news when politics go techie, because for centuries many leaders used technology such as Television to broadcast their messages. Today, president Obama is going web 2.0, because he will have his 2011 State of The Union Address to be streamed on YouTube. I’m pretty sure the traditional technology such as Television won’t be missing out on the 2011 State of The Union Address, but it’s new news since this is the first time (if I’m not wrong) that a president’s State of The Union Address will be streamed in real time over the web. The 2011 State of The Union Address begins at 9:00 PM ET on January 25 of 2011. Catch it here! Don’t forget to submit your questions so president Obama may answer them in YouTube’s exclusive interview on the 27th.