FCC should pull the rule to let supply and demand work it out.
I like your style but I think we might have better luck starting small at first.
My experience is different. My parents smoked 30+ years and they didn't die immediately from massive heart attacks as YOU would think. They developed quite a few health problems later in life which required many many meds and doctor visits over their last 10-15 years. Sure, insurance covered much of it but I gotta think the medical industry definitely makes out better if most of their patients are like my parents were.
Do any of those have effect nearby non-users like smoking and "second hand" smokers?
If only the journals could run some kind of check to determine if "peers" are who they claim to be.... and only them.
Good for them for not giving up. Now they don't really have to stick with just local channels either. It will be interesting to see what the cable companies do to compete if Aereo starts doing well.
It makes sense if the email hasn't been retrieved yet. GS wants SMTP to have a Recall Unread Message feature which it doesn't. So in the meantime, they expect Google (or the postman) to do the retrieval for them. Should this be possible? Sure, for a fee until SMTP (or another protocol) will let users recall their own messages.
FWIW - You can recall internal messages with Outlook/Exchange. I'm sure others do it too.
What happens if somebody decides to fill it with water?
No more drought. Duh.
Exactly because his property gets better reception.
How is a PUBLIC list of PUBLICLY TRIED AND CONVICTED sexual offenders the same as a SECRET list of people who MAY OR MAY not have done anything wrong the same? Isn't one is a list of public facts while the other is a secret list of accusations.
QoS is a standard and there seem to be some industry best practices to handle things like VoIP and video. Net Neutrality is not based on any standards and merely appears to be a legal way to extort money.
Cisco also knows where their income comes from.
Correct in my case and probably for most
We all know that no manufacturer in their right minds would turn WiFi on by default and auto join any network possible. No consumer would ever have a WLAN configured to be wide open without a password. Nah, never happen.
I prefer my Roku 2/3 to the smart features on my TVs but it is difficult to buy a nicer TV these days without the "Smart" features included. It would be nice is if you could disable the "Smart" part of these TVs. I don't think I have seen that as an option but I guess you could just disable the networking.
... He should have argued that he was incompetent...
So you would rather lie than be responsible for your actions. Sounds typical for us these days. 'merica!