For lossless, there's FLAC.
Nobody will pay to use a website.
salesforce.com? Office365? Google apps?
Plenty of people are willing to pay if your "website" is good enough.
There is trash that needs to be picked up on the side of the road and public toilets everywhere that need to be scrubbed.
You're not allowed to collect trash from roadside in Finland. That requires a 2-day training for roadside safety pass which costs ~150€. Sad part is, I'm not joking.
Cleaning toilets requires a hygienie pass, for which training takes 1 week and costs ~500.
What's killing Finland is stupid bureucracy like described above, and basic income would eliminate a portion of such, just from different branch of governments.
they reduced prices on visual studio.
Actually, they raised the price.
Professional retail without MSDN is now gone, so say goodbye to the $299 non-msdn upgrade version. This was the most used edition for companies needing software development tools but not being software-only houses.
Express edition? Gone. The community edition gives some leeway, but most of those companies won't be able to use it since they have turnover beyond $1mil. Meaning, no more free development for
Mommy, what happens to your files when you die?