Joe McCarthy was fighting for Joe McCarthy.
US: 10 Mbps down/3 Mbps up, 250 GB cap, $59.95/mo, including $10/mo modem rental. (Xfinity)
Sweden: 100 Mbps up/down, no cap, ~$40/mo (495 SEK), no modem needed since it's fibre to the door. (Bredbandsbolaget) (We could upgrade to 300 or 500 but why?)
The cap on the US service is plenty for us, since we've never used more than about 95 GB in a single month (we don't confuse the Internet with cable TV).
As I understand it, Charles Manson believed himself to be part black and that somehow figured into his plans to initiate a race war.
I prefer for one person in the office to choose not to participate in lottery pools. I want that one person to tempt fate for my possible benefit.
Personally, I would be delighted if Netflix dumped all the shows from traditional networks.
Netflix probably won't do that because they'd be leaving a segment of the market unserved and that would open up a very large opportunity for a competitor.
They would be doing to themselves what Blockbuster and Hollywood did when they ignored the streaming content model.
Perhaps what they need is a better interface so that people like you, who aren't interested, don't have to see that content but people like me, who watch it, can find it easily.
Has it ever crossed your mind what would happen if you got hit by a bus?
Every organization should have a "Won the powerball" or "Hit by a bus" insurance policy of some sort. Namely, a second or third person with the same level of access to every system.
Allowing one person to have the power to cripple your organization is a recipe for disaster.
Part of being competent at your job is loving your company and what you do.
What kind of Stockholm Syndrome bullshit is this?
I'm good at what I do. I enjoy what I do. I'm on good terms with my employer but I do not love it. It's misguided and unhealthy to love a company. A company won't love you back. A company can't love you back.
It's clearly a generational thing. Many older individuals can't seem to understand that dvds are inconvenient.
It's more likely that the older individuals have already lived through the death of a service and don't want to experience that particular inconvenience again.
Do you remember when DIVX went belly up?
I was using the DLNA server built into my wireless router until I bought a personal cloud drive that runs Plex. Now, I'm all about Plex.
This is personal to me. A friend I knew in high school, went into the service with, and kept in touch with couldn't afford insurance and caught appendicitis. It ruined his credit and nearly his family. In 1992 when he had a heart attack, he just laid down and died rather than calling 911.
That's what happens in the US when you work full time and can't afford insurance.
Trump's father died at 93, so
Yes, but Trump's father didn't piss off the entire intelligence community. Accidents happen...
I'm sorry, was that intended as an actual reply, or were you merely testing the
Humour. Sense of. Grow one.
Sorry, dude, but these people know where their bread is buttered and while I don't see a ton of value in removing a headphone jack they're not going swayed by a handful of neckbeards threatening to buy whatever. Every time tech takes a jump there is a cry from a couple dozen people like you about not wanting the new tech for any number of reasons (many better than what you're presenting here) but in a couple years even you will be on the bandwagon.
I live in two different worlds. I am a geek, so I do tech stuff but I'm also a gun guy.
Do you remember when Smith and Wesson signed a deal with the Clinton DOJ to get preferential treatment on government contracts? The backlash was so swift and severe, the owners had to sell the company to stave off bankruptcy and the new owners had no intention of honoring the deal. To stop this trend, there has to be this kind of a revolt among HTC's customers.
This one feature might not be a bridge too far for most buyers but I suspect that there's some cell phone maker out there cheering because they know that their sales are going to get a bump from the people who won't ride this wave.
But, I'm not opposed to tilting at windmills. I'm still continuing my 20+ year one man boycott of Nintendo. I stopped using Opera when they removed the menu bar and I won't use Chrome for the same reason.
Machines have less problems. I'd like to be a machine. -- Andy Warhol