@finn So your problem is with the integrity of the sandbox, not the fact that it's not the web.
Android certainly has plenty of issues with its security model, but I'm speaking of the broader concepts here - Instant Apps can conceptually do what you want. Java Web Start can conceptually do what you want, even if Java is so hideously broken that it doesn't matter (and Java Web Start is itself being taken out back and shot).
And, if you don't need a zero-friction experience...
Most of the time, it should just be raw HTML, either viewed in a browser, or as an RSS/Atom payload viewed in a message-reading client.
But, if you actually need sandboxed code? Instant Apps is a way to go.
chrome is basically internet explorer, but without any attempts at an antitrust lawsuit against it
Mind you, I'd actually go for some design tweaks for the modern era - make the camper narrower even if it has to be a bit longer, as a 7 foot wide trailer will be quite a bit wider than a modern compact car - 5.5 to 6 feet wide would be better.
This would also require reconfiguring the bed layout to no longer be sideways.
I'm wondering how modern design and materials could be applied to things like the early 1960s small-size Hi-Lo campers, like this: http://www.littlevintagetrailer.com/2014/04/1961-hi-lo/
That camper would've been in the ballpark of 1300 lbs, with a steel frame and wood body. With modern construction, however, I suspect it could be taken below 1000 lbs, and therefore be reasonably towable even with many compact cars. (Never mind that in the US they don't get tow ratings...)
@animeirl Looks like they do give stock options to employees, but it's performance-based, and holding options isn't holding ownership until the options are exercised (which requires vesting).
And then, of course, there's the contractors.
I'd be unsurprised if I own more TSLA stock than the average Tesla worker, and I don't own that much.
Now that you're all here, lets recite the motto:
"I don't deserve to be a member of impostor club because I am not an impostor."
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@katex Aaaargh this is just proving my point about wrapping. (I agree about rich text, and frankly don't have a problem with HTML mail, with the caveat that a very tight subset needs to be used to ensure that it's safe.)
Although, re: top-posting... it'd be nice if clients didn't do it by default, as it's almost never the right thing (either you get the entire thread below your comment where modern clients make it unnecessary, or you need to actually quote).
is it so hard to show a diff of the terms of service when you change them smh