Posts Tagged: uber

Most of you know I have problems with Uber. Of course, idealism is out the window when there’s savings or convenience (even if you risk some insurance company not paying a claim)… just like privacy is Continue Reading…

The 47% number, in the US, over two decades, is from an University of Oxford Martin School Study: http://www.oxfordmartin.ox.ac.uk/news/201309FutureOfEmployment The Economist article from January really Continue Reading…