In turnover terms, Sky is around 50% bigger than the BBC and it's Australian owned.
But really, I'm talking more about services like Facebook or Skype.
IMO, this is about moving money to ISPs who are (in the UK) generally local companies whereas service providers are often foreign owned.
Net neutrality should probably be a WTO issue.
"This could have broad application in the developing world, where experienced opticians and diagnostic equipment are hard to come by"
but Nexus ones and iPhone 4s grow on trees.
get over yourselves.
There's more than calories and exercise to losing weight.
High calcium is important while losing weight for instace, people often cut out dairy when dieting, and a lot of people don't eat enough calcium anyway. (studies have shown)
Less accessible energy sources are a good idea too, hydrophilic colloids can create a matrix through which your nutrients get absorbed. (In terms of what you eat this means stew/chilli/curry with flour in it, also cut out simple sugars)
Ticking all your mineral and vitamin intake boxes is a really good idea (a daily multi vitamin is a great way to do this).
I personally found I could lose a lot of previously very stubborn weight by doing the above and then running for an hour in the morning. (n=1 study and so totally worthless)..
A lot of the overweight people in the study may have been overweight partly because of their bad diets in the first place, without changing that you don't expect changes.
Canada is an English-speaking country?? I've watched all episodes of Degrassi Junior High, and that ain't English they're speaking.
nor is ''ain't''
This thing goes back to when I still used a 9600 modem the size of a textbook.
There's a second one about how women shouldn't drive cars or some such.
If you fail to plan, plan to fail.