You're joking right? You can get a software engineering job easily in the US.
If the laws of the land are too onerous, the correct solutions are either to change the laws or else go somewhere else.
Sadly this is not possible. This only works if people are free to live and work in whatever country they want. Unfortunately, this freedom is not allowed (or is so onerous that it might as well not be allowed).
My guess is the cable companies will charge a base cost for the connection, but the individual channel cost for shopping channels will be $0. They might even reduce your bill if you have to make a deliberate choice to accept them.
A politician running on cable channel choice and higher highway speed limits would probably be pretty popular.
You can't be serious. You can find pundits of all types on the Internet. And for sports, well, there's always AM radio
The government controls the broadcast spectrum. Requiring certain concessions as a condition for use is not inappropriate, even for a small government.
Roku doesn't do YouTube yet.
The catch is it's never going to become law because the corporate interests are against it.
The thing that makes GW2 so awesome for playing with friends is the level scaling system.
I totally agree with this. In addition to allowing friends to group together, it also lets you get xp (and therefore levels) from any number of sources (exploration, WvW, cooking) without also trivializing the "normal" content. Such a great idea. WoW should have done that.
I just started playing GW2. So far its fun. I especially like WvW. I'm not really at the point yet where I can judge the endgame, but I do think I'm getting my monies worth, especially since there is no subscription fee. In other words, it's at least as fun and content filled as a good single player game.
Raising the level limit was probably the stupidest thing Blizzard could do for anyone who was into hardcore raiding. On the bright side I've enjoyed several other games since then.
I also like my simple touch. Unfortunately, I have a feeling Microsoft will nuke the ebooks I've bought through B&N just like they did to all the songs marked as "plays for sure".
Maybe corporations can start their own trade schools to get the candidates they want.
Do the ads say you have to buy the phone from T-Mobile?
The phone service plan (i.e., getting a signal) is no contract. Buying the phone itself, *if you choose to buy a phone from them using an installment plan*, is a contract.