"Every time a software update gets pushed to my Tesla, to the Garmin flight computers in my Cessna, to my Nest thermostat, and to the TVs in my house, I’m reminded that none of those things were complete when they left the factory—because their builders realized they didn’t have to be complete. The job could be done at any time in the future with a software update."
@aaronpk read the summary, probably not for me. However, hats off for clearly starting the audience. Many authors, businesses, schools, etc. would be much better off doing so. I'm basically the opposite of the audience, except I haven't put up the picket fence yet.