There is. Acceleration. Accelerate hard enough and all sorts of strange things happen in your wake, the trivial example being Unruh radiation.
CORRECTION: $6 for a proxy and ME paying GBP145.50 a year so YOU can consume BBC content.
The current market seems to be driven by a need to see major series as soon as they are released, if not sooner. Why is that? I hadn't heard many of my favourite albums until they were already 20 years old - what makes TV different?
All emulations are equal, but some are more equal than others.
-- Church-Turing-Orwell Theorem
Little bit of a problem with point 1 there. Lots of people went to O2 / Be broadband as it was not shaped or filtered. Guess what? Sky bought them.
No, the box contains ambiguity, and an elk.
FOR black ops! And hookers!
I like your summary there. Interesting that the two countries doing terrible things because groupthink and budget
No loss. As long as you use FLAC.
If only I'd known this that time I needed a playlist to last me 4 years.
Don't change your password to SHRDLU.
If only the average Steam customer was likely to have some sort of a device with a touch screen and BlueTooth already...
Not sure of the European situation but in the UK if you attempted to sue without some level of negotiation first your case would be thrown out as vexatious.
Conversely if you sue someone on the basis they have ignored multiple reasonable proposals out of court the court will favour you heavily.
The London Underground map has all of those issues and it's worked just fine for approaching 100 years. I don't see why New York visitors would have any more or less difficulty.
Because if you are going to build new cross-town rail (over or under the surface) you need to start NOW in order for those people to use it when they turn 30.