How the heck is it different from ripping a CD in iTunes or any portable MP3 player?
They have to pay the bills somehow. That means they need money (which they have to get from ads since they give the stuff for free)
If ads are not too intrusive, and related to the website, by all means go for it.
No need to wait for that
I'm pretty sure this will work as well as the unskippable FBI warning on DVD movies.
Then the users. Perhaps every of their customers should begin throttling payments. But coming from an industry where charging both the sender and recipient of the same SMS is the way to do business, not surprising.
And that is why they're offering those servers *for free*, to cut down traffic.
Cable companies have been gouging customers for decades (high prices, low speeds, low quotas, even worse in Canada), they're trying to extort streaming services. They're afraid of competition and are doing everything they can to stop them instead of competing.
The problem is ISPs are also TV providers in most cases, something that should never have been allowed. Of course they'll try to protect their TV business. Here in Canada (Montreal), Both Bell and Videotron sell internet and TV services, why do you think they have such ridiculous quotas? 60GB is not that much, especially when watching Netflix.
ISPs should welcome those servers since it will cut down on traffic, not charge Netflix.
But my guess is the other Dinobots won't like it.
"Me Grimlock no like being bird"
Sheldon would be so terrified...
From what I've read, because they reshape the cornea, close-up vision could be worse when you age. (what I read)
I'm intrigued about the cost compared to LASIK or Implantables (those run for 8-12,00$)
Thanks, and not too far from home, I might give them a call
Depends on your needs. I never thought about getting it, because my vision isn't that bad without glasses. But one of my friend needed to put on her glasses just to be able to read the LED display on her alarm clock (not even 3 feet away), so for her it was worth it. (yet she still wears glasses for fashion)
" but if you aren't bothered by glasses and they don't cause you problems then there is no need to get the procedure."
I've never felt the need to have it done (-1.00 and -1.25). I can pretty much function without glasses (reading, computer, taking a walk). Besides, I'm 43 and it would be a waste of money since in a couple of years I'll probably need reading glasses anyway. And, I only have one set of eyes, I won't risk losing one of them...
The *only* advantage of having it done would be I could wear different sunglasses every day (girls have shoes, I have sunglasses
Only send vital info at intervals (like every minute), and compress before sending it. Voice using modern codecs takes very little space, and since you're compressing it, It could be measured in KBs for every minute. Modern telephony codecs are very efficient