And what do dogs have a habit of eating.
You guessed it, their own poo.
And what do dogs have a habit of eating.
Or a member of PITA... Oh wait that is the same thing.
I think it is an issue of Quality.
Digital Music plays flawlessly, but lifelessly.
Human Musicians can very from Horrible to Near Flawlessly with a lot of life.
Amateur and sub par Professional Musicians will take a hit. As Digital Music will be cheaper and better then they are.
But the people who have really mastered the instrument will still be in demand for making real music.
I applaud them for trying. I also applaud them louder for realizing it didn't work and ending it.
The problem in this stupid political landscape, You can't go back and say, It seemed like a good idea at the time, however I stopped it after we found out it didn't meet expectations. Which is really stupid, because it creates bad policies that just keep going on and on creating more harm, and making political leaders afraid to try something new.
People with spare motherboards and some HDs kicking around.
I got married, my wife doesn't let me collect old computer parts. But if I weren't it would be a nice way to test stuff out. Vs. having a big block of storage gone on your favorite PC.
Yea European economy is really booming!
The real problem is the assumption that all security glitches are equally bad.
Sure at Hack-a-thons we see impressive I can break into this computer in under 5 minutes, however this is often in a controlled environment. Where they can pick and choose what services that they want on, assume that a lot of people hook their PC's up to Raw internet. And a bunch of businesses do this too.
Now if there is a flaw on the World facing features such as a Web Browser or SSH client, yes that is serious. But if it is a flaw that says allow for local vulnerabilities, that is much different.
To try to make market for these, means companies will have to pay for and fix things in the wrong priority.
You should wash your hands long enough to sing Happy Birthday(c) twice.
We are covered with bacteria a lot of it is rather helpful to us. So by using Anti-bacterial soap we do kill off the good bacteria too.
Or worse we make the good Bacteria go bad. Because when we try to kill it, it gives off chemicals to try to protect itself which then turns harmful for us.
We are better off washing our hands with normal soap, which washes away large colonies of bacteria, but doesn't kill them off, as well as foreign contaminates that could cause problems too.
There would be something VERY wrong with the system if it was THAT hard to remove content.
Chances are they did the work in the Database, and didn't do it quite the right way)
Delete from StreaminMedia where Name like 'Disney Prep and Landing'
Insert into StreamingMeida (Name, Purchase) values ('Disney Prep and landing'', 0)
--Opps why didn't we update instead.
--Having to hunt and peck to find the Rows UID after having deleted it,
Update CustomersStreamingMedia set StreamingMediaUID = NewStreamingMediaUID where StreamingMediaUID = OldStreamingMediaUID.
So you were going to sue, about loosing a video you probably never owned?
Exactly that sharing feature is one of those big touted however, I really don't care type of feature.
Now I see two big problems with both the PS 4 and XBox One.
Problem 1: Subscription for more services. Yes it isn't too much, however I really don't want want an other bill to pay for, and if times get tough, games will be the first to go. the PS 4 is a bit better then XBox One is. At least I can still watch Netflix without paying Sony extra fees.
Problem 2: Family Games. I would like to see more games fit for the entire family that they can play together. Now we don't need blood and gore to make a game interesting, the Wii U is better with this, however it really sucks as a console. Why can't I have a family multi-player game that doesn't look like I am in Baby Land.
Can it be adjusted by turning a knob. So if it is raining really hard I can divert power from the AC to the Shields.
Because you didn't RTFA!
This week, though, the company temporarily removed access to both episodes of Prep & Landing, not only preventing new customers buying or renting the show, but also preventing those who had already paid – under the promise that they could "re-watch it as often" as they like – from doing so.
Amazon blamed the removal on "a temporary issue with some of our catalog data" which it says has been fixed, adding that "customers should never lose access to their Amazon Instant Video purchases."