About the only way you'll get a job in future is to learn Chinese...
I've seen some books on e.g. Bookfinder for say $300, which are actually worth $10. Some crazy guy speculatively prices a copy at $250, when none are for sale. A few more appear for sale, and base their prices on that, so we get a load of books on offer with values in the range $250-$300, say. But actually, no purchaser may be prepared to pay more than $10 for it. So if you buy a copy for $50, and hope to sell for $250, you are going to lose big time.
In Britain, you can see houses with strange symbols on the walls. These were marks from various insurance companies from the (I think) 18th century. If you had a fire, various insurance company fire wagons turned up. Of course, if you were insured with Circle, and Triangle turned up first, the Triangle guys would just jeer and tell you that you should have insured with them, until eventually the Circle guys turned up.
"Some company called taobao..." Actually, they are not just "some company". They are to China what eBay is to the US and many other countries.
Who is going to peer with them? They won't have Parliamentary Protection.
Privacy, of course, also allows you to act immorally.
The question is - are more people using it to act morally, or immorally?
That's exactly how the law in the UK works right NOW.
Nonsense. Much of Scotland has no 3G signal (not just a weak signal, but NO signal). See for example this map
which shows Three's coverage.
What a stupid idea. Most places there is no broadband, there's no 3G signal either - e.g. mid Wales, North Scotalnd
Quad core CPU with hyperthreading, not dual core
Fast SSD, not some generic thing whose speed Apple does not specify - because it is so slow
Still only 8Gb max memory?
Blu-ray writer / second HD / empty slot options
Built in WWAN - who wants a dongle?
How about a machine without a battery? - most laptops are used at a power outlet anyhow...
And how about a 6" clamshell model we can put in our pockets instead of that ridiculous iPad thingy...
The FAQ here:http://www.framechannel.com/FAQ/#FRAME_LIST
sends you here: http://www.wirelesspictureframe.com/company-listing/
where you can see this list:
FrameChannel Wireless Digital Picture Frames
Digital Spectrum, Inc.
Edge Tech Corporation
Other Digital Picture Frames
Fidelity Electronics, Inc.
PF Digital, Inc.
Polaroid Corpoation [their typo, not mine!]
Sungale Group, Inc.
Westinghouse Digital Electronics