In summary, what I’ve taken away so far is that Material Design 2.0 isn’t a major change at the fundamental level. In fact, I’d argue the principles behind Material Design 1.0 are still very much the principles behind 2.0, and the key to understanding material design remains understanding the properties of “Material”.
With Shared Libraries, you can now download, and subscribe to, Libraries that have been uploaded to Sketch Cloud and, because all of this is built on open web technologies, these Libraries can be stored and acces…
…ly happened, blockchain technology can be programmed to give us incorruptible information about it. Whatever the defects in the system Satoshi Nakamoto launched in 2009 — and they are still substantial — he proved that there really is a way for people to create foolproof, guaranteed records of human transactions, entirely without reliance on outside authorities such as banks or governments. There’s no going back from that.
No! Petrol prices are too low in India — they do not account for negative externalities. A “negative externality” is a cost that someone bears when someone else consumes a product. When someone consumes fuel by driving their car, they increase congestion and pollution on the streets, which affects other people. Negative externalities of pollution and congestion have only increased since 2012.
…ing escorted from the building by security and told that your personal items will be mailed to you. And the fact that you think this was “all in the name of open discussion,” and don’t realize any of these deeper consequences, makes this worse, not better.