It obviously won't really be Star Wars; it won't be the story Lucas wants to tell, and will instead be some sort of mass Hollywood shoveled shit designed to appeal to the modal average and draw in dollars.
If he really wanted to tell the story, he would have sold the rights *after* making Episodes 7-9. Alternatively, he could have retained writing privileges as a condition of the sale.
There's no law saying you have to watch the new movies: if you don't think they'll be any good, DON'T GO SEE THEM!
Note that there is a fee involved. The sad thing is, if I flew more often than 3-4 times a year I might be tempted to pay.
Imperial Stormtroopers appear to be low accuracy, high precision.
- Encrypt sensitive documents before uploading them.
- Keep at least one local backup.
At some point, the CPU's built into phones will be powerful enough to handle most desktop applications for businesses without a noticeable performance hit. We're not quite there yet, though. Maybe in three or four more years, perhaps.
The application doesn't necessarily have to be installed locally on the device (think Google Apps or Office 365).
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