A dose of socialism is just the bitter pill that might finally convince
..that's why I put the quantitative measure on those who generate a profit from their skill, or produce a profit on their time for others.
I am quite certain that curve is U-shaped.
Even ignoring those wh don't generate any profit I'd be surprised if it wan't a slope, with hundreds of buskers, small orchestra players, music teachers, fiddlers in folk bands playing the Irish pub circuit etc. and very few high paid violinists.
Heck, Popcorn Time is even available via the Arch Linux User Repository. What are they going to do? Block the AUR?
Heh heh. There's even a gentoo overlay with an ebuild too. Why doesn't the UK just cut all their international data cables and be done with it? Otherwise the scary software is bound to seep through, oh no!
If UKIP get in power they probably will. And close the airports and ferries. He takes England, England as an instruction manual.
I priced out a backup propane generator as a backup for my home that cost about the same thing. Never went with it. This could provide a home with good backup power in case of outage. (keep the sump pump or the furnace going anyway)
Charging from the mains and using this as a backup is a very good secondary usage in areas where power outages are common.
what do you do in the winter time?
Depending on where you live you could still get enough electricity for solar. Not everyone lives North of the 50th parallel
Because I really want advertisers and the NSA/IRS knowing even more about my financial habits. Yay for openness!
You think they don't already?
According to the new regulation, Virgin, BT, Sky, EE and TalkTalk are now required to block access to popcorntime.io, flixtor.me, popcorntime.se and isoplex.isohunt.to – all sites which link to Popcorn Time downloads
Link here. Better still link - Facebook - Twitter - Tumblr... and see if the ISPs dare to block these
BRIAN: Brothers! Brothers! We should be struggling together!
FRANCIS: We are! Ohh.
BRIAN: We mustn't fight each other! Surely we should be united against the common enemy!
EVERYONE: The KOffice Project?!
BRIAN: No, no! Microsoft Office!
EVERYONE: Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yes.