Suppose you go into court and there is no representative of the other party. if you can prove the notice was served, you can ask for declaratory judgement. Get FacedBook does not have return receipt functionality, unlike almost all email clients. barring a reply such as "you suck skunks," you can't prove service. this is no better than tying the subpoena to a flaming arrow and shooting it into a tree.
and there really needs to be only one address in the TLD, am I right, guys?
so it's time for Canadian Corner (aka The Great White North) 24x7x365 now, eh. ya hosers.
I guess by now they could run Mike Holmes and Love It or List It on the second channel, too.
if they want educational TV, put a camera outside Churchill, and the kids can guess which tourists will get eaten by polar bears. math, least-path theory, lots of fine educational opportunities.
he's just going to sit on top-level strategy and stuff as CEO. as long he doesn't get his damn plane landed during sleepytime any more, that's a good thing. the evil will continue.
medium tech: an Etch-A-Sketch.
low tech: a legal pad.
if they're clicking everything that crawls over the door or chews through the wall, they should not have a computer at all. before long, they won't have a space left under the nearby bridge either, weasels will take that also.
so they can understand. MONEY CANNOT AFFECT THE PRIORITY BIT. you can sell Netflix all the 10-gigabit ports you want. but the priority bit stays at 1 or 2, just like all the other basic internet traffic on your network. just like the packets you send to the home customers.
understand it now?
why much it up with browsers and stuff?
one page per screen, the bad guys are gonna get you early. but it sells a lot of ink, so Canon doesn't mind.
only weasel lawyers, it seems, own music. you at best own a limited-rights use license for personal gratification, and one physical or electronic copy of the work. if you don't want it, mark it "do not push" so it doesn't get on all your devices after syncing.
could be worse. could have been Slim Whitman. or Shatner Sings the Hits. that's what would have been a freebie on the Zune.
analog media is cleverly resistant to flaky format changes, bit rot, drive death, one too many cycles of use on a flash drive, and system obsolence. as long as there are any tinkerers around, there is a way to pull off one more pass of an analog media item.
doesn't necessarily meet the US standards for personal owner fair use, where I can have as many damn copies in as many damn formats as I like... as long as I only use one at a time, and never get rid of the original source, which is considered the licensed version.
lure them out of their cave as the sun rises
hackers, start your engines...
the alternate punchline might be "close the outer door, Hal..."
that screenshot was the Microsoft company song.