Following a ruling from a Virginia federal court that Cox is not protected by the safe-harbor provisions of the DMCA, the Internet provider must now deal with another setback.
So it's win-win.
Doctors get their perks and I don't have to see the standard formula medical prescription commercial where it's a bunch of Smiling Geriatrics doing everyday mundane crap while some hushed voiceover gives the rundown of the possible side-effects that are generally worse than the symptoms it's trying to alleviate.
Prescription costs? The hell is that? My insurance just pays their negotiated rate and I don't pay a dime out of pocket (premium deducted out of my paycheck...so technically the "dime" never got into my pocket in the first place).
Have to admit though...it has a certain rhythm to it's syllables that make it ideal for a repetitive chant.
Kinda reminds me of a pep-rally.
Microsoft: Satya Nadella
So it begins...
It is easier to change the specification to fit the program than vice versa.