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I also love the idea of using S3 for storage; just keep in mind that depending on the type of data you are storing it may not be the appropriate choice.
And please no stupid "change ISP" comments, a lot of people aren't lucky enough to even have a choice of high-speed providers. It's either high-speed cable/DSL, or dial-up. Sometimes from the same ISP, even.
You should just change ISPs.
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If the combination results from nothing more than "ordinary innovation" and "does no more than yield predictable results," the court said in a unanimous opinion, it is not entitled to the exclusive rights that patent protection conveys. "Were it otherwise," Justice Anthony M. Kennedy wrote in the opinion, "patents might stifle, rather than promote, the progress of useful arts."
This judgement changes the standard needed to overturn a patent from "clear and convincing" evidence to simply "a preponderance" of evidence."