I don't get the joke.
What is left is not a phone company...just another patent troll(I know they own more) waiting for a big buyout.
Yeah, they own more. Their telecom equipment division has 13 billion dollars revenue.
What features did they pull? I recently updated my WP8 to WP8.1 - still haven't figured out what's changed.
However, he also feels that there is another injustice being done here: the specific assumption, common among civil libertarians, that police overreactions are being driven by institutional racism. He believes this is dangerously untrue and actually impedes effective thinking about how to prevent future outrages."
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How does it go more than 600$/year for you for maintaining an Accord? How many miles do you drive?
> Yes, the library buys the book, but that doesn't benefit the author much - one book will be borrowed by many people, none of whom now have to buy the book, so this is a net loss for the author.
Once the book is sold, does the author get to decide what is done with it? I can buy a book & then share it with friends and family. Should I send some money to the author then?
So are all the people who funded this company through Kickstarter going to get a cash share or just part of the stock?
> In Germany, insurance that covers passengers is mandatory for anyone driving a car.
Does the regular insuance cover the case where the car is used for commercial purposes as a taxi & the passenger is a paying passenger?
I went through the wikipedia article of Public Lending Right - I can't make head nor tail of it.
A Public Lending Right (PLR) programme, is a programme intended to either compensate authors for the potential loss of sales from their works being available in public libraries, or as a governmental support of the arts, through support of works available in public libraries, such as books, music and artwork.
They are already being compensated right - i.e. the library buys the books. Isn't that compensation already?
Hey BlackBerry idiots, stop miss quoting me on your blogs.
Misquoting Justin, misquoting. Not miss quoting.
They need to pay the ISP for hosting and maintaining it.
I avoid voluntary surgery of all kinds.
As a regular end user, I would really prefer my data to be in the hands of a foreign govt than my own govt. The foreign govt doesn't really have any power over me & can't do much with my data.
They started getting free landlines under Reagan in the 80s - google Lifeline Assistance program. Cellphones were added to it under Clinton.
Nope. It started when Reagan was Prez.