Good point. If Net Neutrality ever fails in favor of providers offering streaming service to THEIR streaming content and filtering out competition, then Netflix will long for the days when they had a business model that cost an extra $700 mil per year to give them access to customers.
You must be new here. Linking an article on
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" Too bad the noisy people get all the results." That's because those who know the least know it the loudest!
But Steve Jobs told me that 326ppi was all the human eye was capable of perceiving. How do we REALLY know that this one has a density of 458ppi? --sarcasm
And also a former target of Ted Kaczynski. I still refer back to this fascinating article from time to time. http://www.wired.com/wired/archive/8.04/joy.html
When will we get a +1 sarcastic rating?
What about download purchases made with stolen credit cards? Should they be held liable for those as well?
Good point. What other subjective ratings will people want for web sites after that? Fun ratings? Interesting(ness) ratings? Sites currently convey their version of "truth" with some facts. Mark Twain said it well. "Get your facts first, and then you can distort them as much as you please.â