I also watch C-SPAN. That's funded by cable providers and available only to their subscribers
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Apple is not using ActiveSync in Snow Leopard.
Exchange support in Snow Leopard uses EWS to connect to the Exchange Server.
EWS (Exchange Web Services) is not WebDAV!
The number of misconceptions perpetrated on this thread make me wonder how many people have actually looked at either Exchange Server 2007/2010 or Mail.app in Snow Leopard.
That is all.
Clearly labeled as "Looking for Safari 3? Download here" at bottom of the Safari 4 download page.
So I have cable with a QAM tuner TV. The guy at Circuit City said I could get digital cable without having to rent a box from the cable company with it. Turns out, the only digital channels I get are the ones that come in over the air. Is/was this supposed to change on Feb 17?
Nope. This switch over was for over-the-air only, and remains so even with this new legislation. Your first mistake was listening to the guy at Circuit City. There's a really good chance that most cable companies will never send anything over in Clear QAM other than your over-the-air stations. Everything else will most likely remain encrypted, and only received with a cable box or cablecard compatible set top box or TV.
I've heard (but not sure about) there is a 5 year moratorium on cable companies turning off their analog (cable-ready) signals. Who knows what will happen after that point.