To qualify for Google over IPv6, your network must have good IPv6 connectivity to Google. Multiple direct interconnections are preferred, but a direct peering with multiple backup routes through transit or multiple reliable transit connections may be acceptable.
What do you think? Do these new figures sound more realistic, and would it be a good or a bad thing if Google didn't have to pay for their internet bandwidth at all?"
... a good powerpoint viewer. One that supports all powerpoint slideshows perfectly, no matter how much multimedia is embedded. A lot of home users receive annoying powerpoint presentations with some stupid joke or something, and they LIKE it.
They aren't supported very well in linux. Some are, many are not. Especially when sound is embedded. And Average Joe will open a presentation, notice it isn't what it is on Windows, and then believes Linux is no good.
"If you want to eat hippopatomus, you've got to pay the freight." -- attributed to an IBM guy, about why IBM software uses so much memory