I see them every morning. $5.00 to $20.00 each.
I like Neal Stephenson as well.I Have. Other chargers are definitely squirreling them away, and the company's help desk seems to be somewhat adherent to the same Clueless tone as Uber's. So again you have a tech company under paying for a service that incentivizes cheating to make it cost effective while those who play by the rules spend a lot of time running around searching for Phantom bounties on a map. Sound familiar? It's no wonder that it was started by a former Uber-ite, because the exploitation patterns are the same. Want to know what the future of work will be like? Read some William Gibson novels.