Is the company doing so poorly that they can't sacrifice 4,000 phones?
A self answering question.
Medium meaning requiring a tuner for broadcast/cable/satellite which is a horrible user experience.
Jobs was seeing the future of internet streams.
Does that really make it easier? Seems like it just exchanges one problem for another. You might know what "time" it is everywhere, but you don't know when they're working, sleeping, etc."
You don't know that now.
You just assume that everyone is on your schedule.
Do you remember the daily show back when it was run by Craig Kilborn?
That's probably the goal, the new MBA generation from the baby boomers....
Sun Microsystems was madly hiring MBA's after the dot-com-bust to save the company.
Seriously? Who writes this stuff?
I live in Canada (near the border), I have P.O. Box on the U.S. side and I have a bank account in a U.S. bank. I had no trouble opening it, and I use it to pay for many purchases I make from the U.S. (I can often get much better travel deals through sites like Priceline when I use a credit card with a U.S. billing address.)
So, I don't know what difficulty you're alluding to.
Interesting statement considering that U.S. banks don't allow accounts to be set up with PO Box addresses.
It doesn't need to be. It's still a history lesson. Not many young people would know that in the past you'd actually call a library to ask them questions. Heck, I'm 30 and I would have never considered calling them!
Of course only before the 70s did they actually answer the phone. Then came the tape players that just played a recording of the library hours.
>So why give up a morally superior position to "fight" people who pose almost no threat to anyone outside their own countries?
And 15 years ago I bought a massive 2GB drive for $350.
4 years ago I bought a few 2TB drives for $69 each.. Then the prices sky rocketed and still haven't come back down to that price.