This is much like a commercial meat smoker. They have all of these features. They're completely automated. It's how we're makin' bacon in the modern day.
Actively use the domain.
Get your email via the domain.
Have a nice web page there like a blog.
Sell something through the domain, web page and blog.
Have ads from Google ads and such on the domain's site.
Trademark the word.
Copyright the logo with the word embedded.
Keep it all active.
None of this needs to be expensive and it shows that you are actively using it. Then if someone sues you for it you can easily defend yourself and sue back for damages.
"The bill covers posts that are racist, sexist, or show religious intolerance, along with hassling people over disability or sexual orientation."
That doesn't go far enough. Some trolls harass over other things. Trolling and stalking need to be clamped down on.
Will the last person to leave Chicago please turn off the lights?
You are walking along the sidewalk and a piano drops on your head killing you. The dropper of the piano is responsible, not you, not the maker of the piano.
You are walking along the sidewalk and come to a construction zone, step inside ignoring the warnings and fool around. A piano drops on your head and kills you. You are responsible. You were an idiot. You have been eliminated from the race. Game over.
You jump out of a skyscraper and land on your head on a piano. You die. The physics were the same. The fault was yours. You are liable for any damages to the piano, the workers moving the piano, emotional trauma to the innocent bystanders, etc. Game over, again, for you.
Too bad Matt Patches can't learn to communicate elegantly rather than using foul language. He has no credibility as a result. Ignored.
You seem very depressed.
You have a pattern of negative posts.
Would you like to talk about it?
Maybe Dr. Eliza v3.0 can help.
TracFone is great for what it does. It allows us to have a simple emergency phone in our vehicle. Nothing fancy. Cheap fixed cost annual plan. Easy. It cost us about $100/year. The phones are essentially free. ($0 to $19). If the phone gets lost you call up TracFone and they transfer the minutes to another phone. Easy-peasy. We've had ours for about a decade.
"thousands and millions of people."
Make up your mind.
Which is it.
Thousands or Millions?
Why not throw Hundreds and Billions into that sentence.
Might as well exaggerate all the way and confuse.
It's a form of mania. It often swings between the extremes. The middle is no fun. Bye-bye polar. Some might consider it a fair price to pay for the highs.
Is this the same Chinese country that is building back doors into networking and computer equipment so they can later take it over as described in a previous article? Seems everyone's hip to this fun game and playing it out.
Why talk about it? We're busy being optimistic. One must be very optimistic to be a startup (any business pretty much) or a farmer. The rest get 9-to-5 jobs.
That will be interesting. I live in the stone house. I doubt he can blow it down.
Read the article and you'll find all the details.
How big is a house was not the question. The issue at question is smart vs dumb houses, longevity, long term costs, ability of people to build their own. Some people choose to live in very large houses. Some choose small houses. That is an irrelevant variable. The question is can you affordably build a long term house. Most people can if they want. Do they need the Smart House fancy technology? No. That drives up the cost and isn't going to be supported long term - that was the concern of the original article.
Dumb Rock is my choice.
How big you build it is your choice.
No, you're wrong from applying your experience over someone else's experience and saying that your experience rules. You're failing to accept the possibility that there are other ways that don't fit your world view.
I hope your face gets better after that face palm.