Sounds like a divorce to me
Sounds like a divorce to me
mysql's future isn't hazy. It's all about mariadb.. but they're not really different.
"but it is, now"
They pay for the infrastructure required to route that traffic, even if what you say is true -- though I'd be interested in sources for that.
It's still reasonable for them to say you didn't pay for 100% 24/7 utilization.
They've already said that if you stay under their radar you're going to be fine anyhow.
ISPs pay by the bandwidth used. The price you pay for your home internet doesn't cover the cost to your ISP if you used the max bandwidth 24/7. If it did, it would be much more expensive.
By making rules like this, they are protecting mom and dad who don't use the internet much from having to subsidize joe hacker running a porn site out of his home.
Imagine if you paid for gas by the month. Would it be ridiculous if they said you weren't allowed to drive a commercial semi and fuel it there? No. You'd have to buy another plan and pay a bunch more.
This really isn't that much different.
You would simply go to the players' union and ask for permission. All the players in the union will have pre-agreed to allow the union to bargain for the palyers as a group. That's what unions do.
that's what the unions are for. It's not going to be hard to make a game, but the athletes will be paid for their likeness.
I'm not sure how I feel about this. I don't think that a famous person should have their likeness used for anything any commercial venture wants to use it for. What if they made a baby-killing simulator and used his likeness. Shouldn't he be able to stop that?
With regards to biographies, it seems like that should fall under news/reporting and be excepted.
Hrmm.. I don't know.
wow.. I'm in the wrong place.
The goal of a company isn't to move units, it's to make money. Saying they could move units if they sold them -- what amounts to basically giving them away -- isn't a revelation.
apple gave people money back for original iphone purchases after the very early price drop. If apple will do it, it means it's possible for anyone.
(I think it was an apple store gift card, but still.. if you bought an early-release iphone, that's as good as cash)
hard core gamers never left pc.
with home theaters getting better and more affordable movie theaters need to be better. giving in would make me even less likely to go.
its a dying business but no need to hurry it up.
Is accidentally leaving a copy somewhere copyright infringement? How do they know the person they sold it to is the person who leaked it.
Also, it's never been clear to me when copyright infringement actually occurs.
I mean.. it depends on the speed of the treadmill and the friction of the wheels and the ability of the rubber to not disintegrate.
From a physics problem perspective, which is the only situation where a question like this is appropriate, this type of thing is usually ignored, and has no effect.
The first version always gets thrown away.