I love all the talk of the 'ethical dilemmas' of self-driving cars. As if there weren't ethical dilemmas to human-guided cars.
With blizzards, we suddenly get very precise counting of road deaths, without asking if those deaths are actually fewer than a 'normal' day.
The cost of car crashes represents a "tax of $784 on every man, woman, and child living in the U.S." theatlantic.com/business/archi…
Sudden ominous email from @nytimes warning writers not to engage in activities that might "undermine...the reputation of The Times."