More like, "Think of it as being able to walk into a fancy department store, make a copy of anything you want, while leaving the original."
Thats cool and all.
What exactly will you be loading, watching, surfing?
If businesses start being charged for data usage, you will see business crack down on all the rampant surfing that is going on. The number of businesses who have a poor performing Internet connection now because of employees surfing all day is mind-boggling. Pandora, etc, etc.
A business with 50 people shouldn't be struggling to load a single webpage when they have a full T1. Not if it is being used for work only purposes at the typical company.
They didn't switch it on. It just TURNED ON without them doing anything once the mothership arrived.
I didn't realize that you could search using Bing through FB.
Thanks for the info.
SO... my speculation was all for naught.
I'm not so sure about that.
Facebook, for all the faults that it does have, does an awfully lot of things right.
It will require something dramatically different to get people off of FB. Google offers search - and if FB allows people to be connected to the stuff they are really looking for, then search isn't needed as much.
Hell... what if FB partnered with BING (MS), and pushed that platform.
How many millions of users searching BING from within FB would put a dent in Google's search traffic.
FB can capitalize big in so many ways.
Not only fingerprints.
Think of all the people before you that pick their nose, and you HAVE to touch that same spot....
Sorry. The PO is NOT Constitutionally MANDATED.
Congress is constutionally authorized to exercise an OPTION to establish Post Offices and Post Roads.
"Article 1 - Section 8
The Congress shall have Power To...;
To establish Post Offices and Post Roads;"
This would be different if the statement were something like: "Congress SHALL establish Post Offices and Post Roads."
Yeah.. cause we can see how professional all those journalists are that have the degrees. They are impartial, and fact check everything.
Of course I did. I admit it cheerfully.
You say "eliminating the US Department of Education" like it is a bad thing!
I'm all for it.
I'm for pulling out of the United Nations.
I'm for getting rid of Social Security, Medicaid and Medicare.
Floridation of water? Debatable. But, a local gov't issue.
Alcohol? Local issue.
Global warming? It IS still being debated. And then, not proven that it is man-made warming.
Drilling for oil? Please, lets! I am for keeping dollars in the USA, instead of being sent overseas.
Really, the States Rights vs. Federal Rights is the pivotal issue.
In the words of Thomas Jefferson, whom helped found the USA.
""Most codes extend their definitions of treason to acts not really against one's country. They do not distinguish between acts against the government, and acts against the oppressions of the government. The latter are virtues, yet have furnished more victims to the executioner than the former, because real treasons are rare; oppressions frequent. The unsuccessful strugglers against tyranny have been the chief martyrs of treason laws in all countries." --Thomas Jefferson: Report on Spanish Convention, 1792. "
Very well said!
If wind is solar power, then so is oil.
Oil is energy from the sun converted via photosynthesis and has been stored all these years.
I am still running 9.04 for servers, and my desktop.
9.10 was a pita. Random crashes, etc. Incompatibilities... you name it.