...why not just focus on having a webpage instead of a shitty application which is just a web page?...
Because it is more difficult for a webpage to harvest a user's personal information. That harvesting is done much more easily within an app that has direct access to said data.
The money trail in the music industry is long, crooked and complex. Unless you are a big enough act that the records companies accept the contract you write, the only money you will see appears in your upturned hat.....
... "Those who predicted Wheeler would favor industry interests 'misunderstood him from the beginning — the notion that because he had represented various industries, he was suddenly in their pocket never made any sense,'
Given that Mr. Wheeler is more of an outlier than a norm, it made a lot of sense to presume Mr. Wheeler would favor industry interests.
I, for one, am glad he broke from the mold.
Everyone in the industry
But "everyone in the industry" didn't use that line when speaking of its competitors a short while ago. That's what makes it so egregious for Microsoft to use the courts instead of trying to compete nowadays.
User Account Control (UAC) helps defend your PC against hackers and malicious software. Any time a program wants to make a major change to your computer, UAC lets you know and asks for permission.
This new "feature" looks like yet another security prompt that the user is going to click through.
Comcast says they support it
I've been using Comcast's IPv6 for well over a year. Not one problem with it.
Maybe you should go to the Comcast HSI forum on dslreports.com and ask some questions.
At best, this is little more than puppy-love.
If the sun were ten times hotter, there wouldn't be life on Earth.
If humans needed to breathe in methane instead of oxygen, there wouldn't be humans on Earth.
See, I can play the game as well....
...As the amount of electricity you draw from their generators goes down, they're going to reach the point of needing to charge you a flat fee just for the connection to the power lines, plus the usual fees for actually using their electricity....
I already pay separately for delivery (i.e., connection to lines) vs. generation (i.e., use of electricity). so no change needed here.
Having said that, I do have some agreement with the utilities on this item: utilities say that solar-generated electricity flowing out of houses and into a power grid designed to carry it in the other direction has caused unanticipated voltage fluctuations that can overload circuits, burn lines and lead to brownouts or blackouts.