Oh I get that. And you get that. But on the other article about AI. Would AI get that? It is, in this fashion, tracking my cell phone and hers. Would it know they are the same? And why/how? Just curious brain thing. Do I think they could get there? Probably which is scary.
judgecorp writes: Matt Smith, the current actor playing Doctor Who, doesn't use Facebook or Twitter, despite his geek icon status. He worries that social media encourages us to create "surrogate versions" or "celebrity versions" of ourselves. He also, arguably, doesn't need their help, being a celebrity already. Smith made the comments in St Petersburg, where he hosted the final of Microsoft's Imagine Cup for student inventors, won this year by a British team with a mesh music-playing application.
Ok, very fair point. I guess I like the credits in bob burger. And now that you mention it, probably in more than I thought about. On xbox, I guess I don't think it is nusience "too much" cause a quick b button and it is out. But if you have wireless, they can tend to disconect on you. I would still rank this bounds above a lot of others though.
Based on figures in the article, the change would cost consumers $10B in fees/savings, and the government would only see a net gain of $0.1B in tax revenue. Credit unions are fighting the one way they can: asking Americans to contact their Congress reps via Don't Tax My Credit Union.
I think this is it. Look at steam top sellers, yes you will get some big titles in there. But you also get a lot of hey, this wierd inda game went on sale for 3 bucks. Everyone buys it, plays for a day and moves on. There are some interesting groups on there.
That is my solution. I have been using hulu, and i'm almost at the point of throwing it out, but i only watch free stuff. So, ads and free. I may watch old things, and have no idea what tv exists, but I always have something to watch when I want, and don't have ads on netflix. I dought I will ever watch there entire library.