because my router sucks, and with more walls between me and the router, by bandwidth drops severely.
SMB streams 1080P stuff fine across my network, as long as I'm close to the router. 720P is damn good anywhere in the house. Been doing it for a long time, most lately on my Nexus 7 and my GBox MX2.
Why didn't god make them rainbow colored?
Surprised he didn't privatize it.
What bothers me is the additional revenue this will generate for AT&T may entice Sprint to go the same route by ending unlimited LTE and going to caps and metering. It's just another enticement. I'm digging my Sprint service just as it is.
Piracy may have added more revenue than was 'lost' by the download. You'll never see the real numbers though to know either way or the other.
And that's why I don't have the balls to be President. Personally, I think the solution is keep the capability but somehow rigidly enforce a real, transparent review process. Demonizing Bush and Obama isn't helping here. We should be more mature than that. We should be fixing the problem.
wild guess here, but he's probably talking about the American People.
I'm pretty sure I would have kept my mouth shut. The worst thing you can do is make it easier for the feds. But who knows, I've never been arrested on those charges and had a shitton of bitcoins seized.
You forgot the ones prostituting themselves to corporate interests and various political parties
To my wife, anyone who speaks spanish is Mexican. To her Mother, anyone who speaks Spanish is Spanish. My wife accepts correction when necessary, but after a long life of messing it up, I don't bother with my Mother-in-law.
Scientists wonder a lot of things. That's the point of science. Fortunately the state of tech has advanced significantly since then, and they can wonder about things closer to current reality. Also, speculating about earth without greenhouse gases is pointless - we'd not exist if earth had no greenhouse gases. There's a balance/cycle of balances and the question is how far off we've hosed up the balance.
One example of XP machines that generally don't get updates is ATM's.
I've had bariatric surgery, and I don't get enough nutrients through the minute amounts of food I eat daily - think in the range of 500 calories or so, pure protien and some fiber/veggies. Multivitamins (plus additional vitamins) have kept me from dying, and will do so for the rest of my life.
Even better, try any of the more powerful Android-based set top boxes running XBMC for something even better. You can take them to straight Linux if you like for even better performance.