What to Say When You Get Stuck Behind a Student Driver…

“Can you please go a little faster?” That’s what a cop had to say to a Google self-driving car on Thursday. The self-driving car was going 24 mph in a 35 mph zone in Mountain View, CA. But how does a self-driving car get a ticket? It doesn’t. Thankfully there was a passenger in the car for the cop to ask about the self-driving car and how it decides on speeds for various roads.Google has capped the speed of its vehicles to 25mph for “safety reasons.”

“In this case, it was lawful for the car to be traveling on the street as El Camino Real is rated at 35 mph,” said Mountain View police department. (Source CNN)

“You are driving slower than my Grandmother” is being replaced by “You are driving slower than my Google Robot Car.” Shade thrown.

Quote of the Day: “YouTube Music is all about discovery.”

Google has launched YouTube Music. The app is available for Android and iOS. YouTube Music is all about discovery.. When you search for an artist or song, the app will bring up everything from official music videos to concert videos. YouTube Music is free and for those with  a YouTube Red subscription get a few extra features such as offline syncing and no advertisements. Will YouTube Music stand out in an already crowded field of Spotify, Songza, Pandora, and iTunes Radio? Video killed the music star. (Source Mashable)

In Case You Missed It…

Facebook wants to be Snapchat. Or at least be like them when it comes to disappearing messages. Facebook is testing out the feature in France to see how it works out. The disappearing feature can be activated by tapping an hourglass icon in the right corner of the window to enable or disable if you want your messages to stay or disappear. You can turn this off and on depending on who you are talking to, so that could be used to your advantage. (Source MSN)

This is our time to remind everyone though that What Happens in Vegas Stays on YouTube. Shameless Plugged.

About the Author: Erik Qualman

Often called a Digital Dale Carnegie and The Tony Robbins of Tech, Erik Qualman is a #1 Best Selling Author and Motivational Keynote Speaker that has spoken in 49 countries.

His Socialnomics work has been featured on 60 Minutes to the Wall Street Journal and used by the National Guard to NASA. His book Digital Leader propelled him to be voted the 2nd Most Likeable Author in the World behind Harry Potter's J.K. Rowling. Qualman is a sitting professor at Harvard & MIT's edX labs.

His latest book What Happens in Vegas Stays on YouTube is a Pulitzer Prize nominated work.
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