Every website or online service we use is hosted somewhere–typically in expansive data centers run by a handful of companies, namely Amazon, Microsoft, and Google. Predictably, this comes with a troubling environmental cost. All those energy-thirsty servers need to be powered somehow, after all. Hoping to mitigate the problem is
Usually, we’d be doing a post on something dumb that David Hogg said; wait, we can still do that. You shouldn’t be able to by a gun, gun parts or ammunition over the internet. — David Hogg (@davidhogg111) May 29, 2019 But what really caught people’s attention was this frenzied
Amazon is rolling out automated packaging machines while offering some employees up to $10,000 to quit and deliver packages as contractors instead. The online retail giant is currently debating whether to expand the use of such machines, which can scan and package items with custom-made boxes depending on their size.