Logitech Harmony Remote - If you can remember how to use it.
Additional 8 megabytes of RAM for $850
I've read this before on Slashdot months or years ago. Dupe.
In Alberta, Canada we have deregulation. Production, transmission and sales are 3 separate entities. You buy from whoever you want. Transmission and consumption are charged as separate items on the bill. Both charges have a fixed rate and a variable rate based on usage. The power bills have more than doubled. The sales people tell customers we can lock you in for 3 - 5 years because rates are going way up. The lock in ends up being higher than the regulated rate (This was kept for those who didn't sign up).
We could buy power and gas from a British company that didn't have any gas wells, pipelines, generators, or wires in Canada.
I see. Your philosophy is that we should not have ways of thinking and should not compare them to other ways of thinking. A sound philosophy for a non-thinker.
Can't carry much?
-a North American example, a quick search can find a lot of pictures of bikes with big loads.
Ya losing relevance. There. Fixed that for you.
I think many comments are missing ATT's point.
1. They no longer want to install or maintain copper wire. They cannot compete with cell companies.
2. Put up a cell tower here and there.
"a Canadian" is a Molson's Candian Lager Beer. I suppose you could own as many as you could afford.
You don't live in Canada you live out west.... Canada is located in southern Ontario.
Didn't you know? Since the economic downturn Canada has had to move to Saskatchewan to find a job. Some of it even overflowed into Alberta. The move started in the 1800's with the building of the CPR.
It appears to be an intelligent question looking for an answer. I would like to know too but it appears you have no intelligent reply.
Walk for sure!