The bandwidth caps ended cord cutting as a viable tactic for any home where the TV runs a lot, i.e. children are involved.
I agree, but thankfully there are no caps where I live (currently). Time Warner tried and failed, but they may still give it another push.
Dropping their phone and cable package saves me over $100 a month. Granted, it raises the base price of their internet service, but the bill is still substantially less.
With that said, I only follow a few TV shows (free basic cable), so to me this is the best value. Anything else, I will stream if it is available. This will not the best option for everyone, but I believe you should keep your monthly bills (especially subscription services) to a minimum.
That still saddles YOU with being tier 1, 2, 3, n support for basically the rest of your life. Worst case, things go horribly wrong, days/weeks of work are lost, and you are on the hook for that too.
This. If you are offering it (whether you created the software or not), be prepared to support it.
Just playing devil's advocate, but is supporting Windows 7 and MS office really that bad?
Some people are going to hate it just because of market dominance, just like how some people hate all Apple products.
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