Except for the fact that Live continued to be compatible with Xbox for years after the release of the 360. And the halt in Xbox production/support had everything to do with hardware licencing.
All of these reasoned arguments for the practical application of igoogle are fine, but I ask you: Where will my Hamster live? Where?!?!
C.O.L.A.R. by Alfred Slote. Its actually the second in a 4 book series, but the best in my opinion. Its what got me started on Scifi. Its out of print, but used copies appear to be available.
No, they dropped it like a rock made from licensed technology that they didn't own, and could never profit from.
You are part of the problem. Instead of educating, you had them buy a unicorn. Way to go.
What a trollish generalization. I've seen windows machines shut down almost immediately. I used to have a macbook pro that would sleep of death every shut down.
Its a computer, not an altar. Shit happens.
Nintendo discontinued it. But you're right, I recommend it too. They are much better as wii games. Go find a used copy.
I don't know. Its a testament to my Sprint experience that I don't *need* to know. After my first contract expired I remained free for some time. My experience with them was positive enough that I felt the risk of a new contract was worth a new phone. I'm almost done with my second contract now. I'm not looking to jump ship.
I dislike early termination fees, but admit it only matters when you are being abused by the carrier. I also know how quickly a carriers service can go through the floor.
I see what you are saying about the subsidy, but I don't think that should give them license to abuse or take for granted your needs as a customer for the length of the contract.
The payment of the remainder of the actual subsidy mentioned up thread seems the most fair.
As much as the article complains about the increase, Verizon's policy isn't that terrible. The contract I was in was the price of the remaining months of service *per line*, which came out to be far more.
I think more transparency would help here. That way its more fair to the provider and seems less like a money grab.
I didn't mean to accuse Verizon directly - but the idea of single sided cellphone contracts and poor service in general. I've never had service with Verizon, so I can't speak to it. I'm glad your experience has been good. Similarly I am now a happy Sprint customer.
I have in the past however been shackled to a dying provider. Poor service, misleading device sales, and a non existent network with little to no coverage. Addressing this issue led to hours on the phone with support - some of those hours due to me simply not allowing them to hang up. Those were hours I would not have willingly spent. I would have taken my business elsewhere had it not been for a prohibitive early termination fee.
You would be right if the contract actually worked both ways. If you have problem with your service, or a billing dispute, or any of a number of other problems, their answer is likely to be "Too bad."
The customer is left with two choices - a very costly and unlikely to succeed lawsuit, or to walk. Taking your business elsewhere is sometimes the only effective protest against a corporate bully.
Hee Hee. You think the compass is a real feature. How cute.
People seem to think you are being reactionary, or a troll. But the truth is the touch pad worked fine in the Bootcamp beta, then at some point it got crippled.
Its a little too convenient. It wouldn't surprise me if there are other drivers poorly written to punish you for using WIndows.
Agreed. I am way better now at identifying the different components of the song and isolating them mentally.