Should Verizon change their name? NetZero did this back in the day, but with far less technology or "Big Data".
Maybe because that is what Token Ring did! Just sayin'!
I have changed jobs every 6 months to a year for about the last 7 years. Most of the gigs were contract or contract to hire, but either the "hire" part never came through, or I didn't want to stay there as a perm slave. I have about 10 more years until I retire, so I am hoping I can keep the job I have now at least that long.
I wish I had a hundred mod points, I would give em all to you! I have been in IT for about 25 years, I retire in about 10 more, and I plan to be a "mechanic" when I retire. I can work on cars all day and nearly not need to wash my hands to eat! The reason I got into working on cars is because they are a lot like computers. They have an issue, you figure out what it is, and fix it...and I don't require air conditioning/heat or feel sorry for myself if I have to lay under a car.
You obviously have never been to Northwest Arkansas and seen some of the Walton family homes...I call bullshit...I have seen them.
They have a good functional, easy to use web interface that is just as powerful, if not more so, than the CLI. Both the web interface and CLI are easy to use and just make sense.
I don't game at all...never have, and I doubt I ever will, so I guess technically about the same...NONE.
How much do you suppose it would cost for Google to relocate their HQ? Or Apple? The infrastructure alone would cost so much to replicate, it would probably put them into bankruptcy. Okay, they may have made a mistake in choosing their locations initially, but I don't see them changing at this point, the investment has been made...get over it.
HOLY JEEZUS MAN! Stop feeding the trolls would ya?
Precisely my thought...why the heck would I go to a store and watch netflix? Let alone on my 4.5 inch screen.
Google didn't develop Android, they acquired it.
I think one of the major problems with privacy, is that there are too many opinions on what it is. If we could decide it means what you say it does, then maybe we could get a better handle on protecting it. It is kind of like trying to protect assets on a network...if you don't know what is there, or what it does, how can you protect it?
Actually it is BSD, and BSD is NOT UNIX.
I used a VSAT Terminal (Commercial account, not residential) to backhaul dial up users for a few years. We paid about $1750 per month for 4mbps down, 1.5mbps up. The latency was between 1500-3300ms nearly always. It wasn't bad for dial up, but wouldn't stand up for any kind of broadband.