The $0.61 fee is per-line, so with my 5-line family plan, it's an extra $3.05!
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So, why doesn't this apply to all civil lawsuits? This is how it works in many countries thus their courts aren't tied up as bad as ours (i.e. American).
Canada has GST and HST, both of which as sales taxes. A read of the article says that a subtotal is calculate, tax is then added, and then depending on the method of payment, the amount is rounded as necessary; only for cash transactions.
The books will not be "off by several hundred dollars" because the rounding will go down 50% of the time, and up 50% of the time, averaging out to a net zero loss/gain. POS (Point-Of-Sale) software can be updated to make note of how rounding is done for each transaction, and this can be tallied at the end of the day.
Seriously, how many of us wear glasses?
Mine are at a point where they've stopped getting worse from a myopic stance; I'm just waiting for the time I need reading glasses or bi-focals.
Your best bet for speed is likely to be eSATA.
Have you looked into something like this:
The cost becomes noise when you consider how many drives you will end up needing, and per TB, will be cheaper than USB solutions.
I don't know how your data is organized, but if possible, you may want to back it up by project/directory/etc.
There are also online backup systems that can do what you want, but it'll take an extremely long time...
They're being saved for Soylent Green...
They force you to continue to upgrade.
The pricing supposedly includes the subsidy. So, when your 2 years is up, the subsidy is paid for, so your phone bill should drop, right?
No, they encourage you to upgrade again. If you don't, in effect, you are continuing to pay off the subsidy.
I currently pay $220 + tax:
400 minutes = $60 + 4x lines ($10) = $100
Unlimited messaging = $30
Data: 2x 2GB ($25) + 2x 200GB ($15) + unlimited non-smartphone ($10) = $90
There is a sweet spot in this plan for me. I have 4 smart phones, plus a messaging phone, which gives the following:
4GB -> $260 + tax
6GB -> $260 + tax
10GB -> $270 + tax
Why would I pick 4GB if 6GB is the same price?
If I were to have have 5 lines, so the price of 5 smart phones is:
4GB -> $270 + tax
6GB -> $265 + tax
10GB -> $270 + tax
Still, why would I pick 4 GB if 10 GB is the same price?
This is not much of a discount for me... unless my other lines had 2GB plans and/or I was tethering and/or I had a 3G iPad.
Tethering seems to be included, however.
I didn't have any email addresses under my "About". Facebook didn't change my email addresses, it added the @facebook.com one to my About page. I was able to hide it, but you won't be able to get rid of it.
You can easily spoof FB messages to people using an unsecured SMTP server. I tried sending myself a message from my wife (not knowing my wife's FB or email passwords), and it worked; it looked as though the message were from her! Since there's no email headers to evaluate, you can't tell where it really came from. There is a little icon indicating that it is "Unable to confirm X as the sender." But it still shows up with her FB profile picture and full name (which I didn't provide in the email).
There are some things that are obvious, e.g. conjunctivitis.
But, I fear that this may cause abuse of antibiotics by those who do not know the difference between bacteria and viruses.
I miss Car Wars.
I had lots of fun playing that after school and playing the cheesy computer game based on it (which came with a mini-toolkit in the box - no more swag like that in games any more!).
SJG stopped publishing supplements and revised the system. Unfortunately, they over-simplified it and effective killed it.
I want a family data plan that can be shared amongst all 5 phones!
I've always liked TiVo products - I've bought a number of them over the years (my mom loves it!). I was one of those who "won" a Series 1 way back when; their system screwed up an awarded almost everyone who entered a free TiVo.
But TiVo as a company has always worried me; their stock has generally been week; and they haven't really innovated much beyond the original DVR.
OK, it's cool that they have a 4-tuner model, but how many times do I really have that many conflicts? Especially with today's cable networks rebroadcasting shows after 3 hours for the west coast?