I recently de-googled, so I've been using apple maps. Apple is logging my location whether or not I use their first party map app, so I still end up using their first party map app because it provides traffic information and weighs that in the routing algorithm. Practically speaking, that's a big deal to me.
As amazing as OrganicMaps is, the lack of gaining much extra privacy on iOS and the lack of traffic information means I probably won't be using it too often,.
This was a major factor in the Wells Fargo account fraud scandal.
git commit -v
Also, it doesn't work well now that I have a mustache.
Yet, your your story represents the end consumer perspective. What I have in my mind is a long chain of linked lists that connect and break off in various areas. My point is the butcher company probably has pretty good relations with at least some of their distributors. This also might be highly dependent on geography, culture, type of business.
A source of some sort would be interesting for me, because both my and your story are just that - stories, and Adam Smith lived long time ago. Robust logic doesn't need to reflect reality.
You didn't address my point regarding their ubiquity now, so I feel like you kinda decided to only argue with half my point...
Extremely disagree. That is them trying to exert a form of control on me and it's absolutely bullshit.
I think it would be possible to solve these with git, by doing something like automatically running a `git stash --include-untracked` before an operation that can clobber untracked files.
I would guess there's an easy way to make git do this automatically for you via config so you never forget, but I just never, ever `git pull`
It's "learn to play the fashion game or get fucked"
We would be so much better off without that crap.