Federal law supersedes state law. So if the FCC ruling gets blocked (big if), it will require only an executive action. Obama has stated his support for municipal broadband, and demonstrated his capacity for executive action (just like Bush before him.)
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If you want to pollute other planets, solar systems, and galaxies with debris, you have to start small by polluting your own orbit.
Thank you for unique legacy.
The prices in my condo development in Indium Gallium Arsenide Valley is going to explode!
Meanwhile my real estate developments in Arsenic Valley and Mercury Bay still aren't doing well. Not sure why.
There is no cow level.
There is no spoon.
The cake is a lie.
And the cow ran away with the spoon.
"Your job has been terminated."
THAT'S a proxy server
keep little Timmy distracted and quiet. Forever.
Elon Musk is not an expert, except perhaps at being at the right place/right time. He won the internet lottery:
and sinks the windfall resources into unprofitable geek hobbies:
solar panel installation, electric cars, launch systems, or satellites
Good for him. I share his enthusiasm. But don't confuse lucky celebrities for experts.
"so they called it a dating site...YouTube ran ads on Craigslist...offering women $20 for every video they uploaded. Not a single woman replied."
I knew Facebook began as an attempt to get entitled jerks laid, but I didn't know Youtube had similar skeezy beginnings.
gets 15 minutes of fame and 15 minutes of infamy.
I'm waiting for science to catch up to the merits of the all cheetos diet.
four massive holes in the middle of the Millennium Falcon. Maybe my memory was wiped by the sequels.
Land and resources are finite. We will get nowhere until we abandon the fantasy that everyone is entitled to a car and a house in the suburbs.
Europe and China have already taken steps to acknowledge this reality.
it does a reasonable job of "good enough" on all three fronts, and that is what has made it so enduringly popular over the last few decades.
Well put. Real science and engineering often necessitates a compromise of multiple incongruent requirements. For a tool, such as a programming language, the proof is in the pudding, as programmers will usually default to the best tool for the job. I am not a programmer. Is there an alternative language that does a better job meeting the three criteria indicated?