My history is your history
Except that it isn't...
Some people have privacy and security concerns, even though Comcast insists the public and private Wi-Fi networks are entirely separate and shielded from each other. Others worry that the public network will affect the private network's performance. Comcast says this isn't so.
In NL, some ISPs are doing the same. It's even a different public-facing IP address.
Of course, you can also turn it off. Though turning it off on your modem means you don't get to use it yourself on others' modems.
Comcast says it's fine and they would never ever ever possibly lie to get people to do what they want.
Buy this rock I have. It keeps bears away.
"Economists, publishers, and readers no longer have confidence that a book will cost the same amount this week as it did the last."
Not sure I see the problem here. Books are like any other good. They're "true" market value is only as high as the target market is willing to pay. This is going to shift frequently. Sometimes up, sometimes down. Quality and available will play the same role with books, as with anything else.
And smelled bad, which is some kind of crime against those in the immediate vicinity
Isn't there prior art on the iStink?
Now, in perhaps in an attempt to do more spin control, Apple has posted up a new page on its official web site that claims the company has been directly or indirectly responsible for creating 514,000 jobs in the US. It cites one study by Analysis Group that claims the company has 47,000 employees in the US. That same study also claims Apple is responsible for creating 257,000 jobs at third party companies, including those that make Apple-based device components, transportation workers, sales jobs and other positions.
In addition, Apple claims that 210,000 jobs have been made in the US as part of the iOS app economy that began with the launch of the iPhone in 2007. Apple adds that it has generated over $4 billion in in royalties to App Store developers (although its likely that some of that money went to developers working outside the US). Apple also claims that the job search web site indeed.com now lists over 5,000 iOS app developer jobs openings."
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