Stop minting them, tell the collectors that you have stopped minting them, let the banks sell them off based on some imagined rarity value by year, and they'll disappear from the economy in well under 4 years.
You're being ripped off. Our satellite is about $60 per month, that includes a DVR and all the other things you'd expect but I have a gut feeling cable companies still charge extra for like HD.
It's actually an article of faith among some here that having your content available to download for free doesn't in any way affect your sales negatively, an argument frequently used as a justification for mass copyright infringement.
The presumption people who make the argument usually have is that people download what they want to test it, and then buy the stuff they think is good. I'm not convinced, but there you have it.
They did, but now they've discovered that life is rather like this comic, so they want a select few to come back to flip their burgers and wash their cars for minimum wage.
not a operating SERVICE
Uh, no, as a virtual machine reseller they are selling a broken copy of Ubuntu as a service. Canonical is within their rights to ask them to stop using their software's name (say, to OVH Linux) if they aren't going to fix the issue.
For a car analogy: If an independent Ford dealership started filling up their cars' gas tanks with sugar you better believe Ford will come in and put a stop to that real fast.
VPS providers usually have reasonable reasons to customize the distros they run somewhat to fit within the framework they're using to virtualize each server - which are vary rarely simple "VMWare on a Xeon" type environments due to cost/scalability issues.
My guess is that certain providers are crappier than others.
Hmm, possibly the Mediterranean, though the English Channel and North Sea can also be sources of clouds in Europe.
Actually, it's nowhere near that simple. For example, my wife is a "stay-at-home mom". Thus she's on the "bad" side of the labor force participation rate.
The numbers of "stay-at-home moms" includes women who are doing it because they cannot find work.
She's doing this because 1) we think it's better for our younger-than-school-age kids, and 2) she can't make enough to pay for the daycare we would have to buy.
She chose to be unemployed rather than underemployed? Thank you for making my point for me.
Well, I have no great love for CNN, but I liked the look of this article. Let's see, there's a Forbes link on millenial underemployment, let's skip that one just in case. Hmm, there's an article on Monster with... no date? hmm, can't cite that. Here's one from time which says 46% of Americans Say They Are Underemployed, that's a fun idea. The federal reserve's estimate is "fairly close to the trend derived from CPS data, but at a much higher level".
IOW, the direction of trend is accurate, but the numbers are bullshit. Like always
I have just read about emby after reading your comment, and it has made me excited. Not in the TMI way, but in the this might be what I am looking for way, even though it depends on Mono. I'm going to download an Ubuntu image for my Pine A64+ stat. Hopefully that has enough gusto to do what I want to do with it. The data is already connected to the network via another ARM SBC (a pogoplug) which also has GigE.
You seem to be assuming that this was some sort of incipient mental breakdown.
Going terrorist for religion is doubling down on crazy.
"Nobody knows where all these cool drone parts came from. There's a chassis over there in the dumpster of the Shell Station on Richmond Street with a scratched off label. Nobody know how it got there."
No doubt if nobody saw you do it, you're golden. On the other hand, Slashdot is going to get a subpoena for logs if someone actually does find a scratched off label in the dumpster of the Shell Station on Richmond Street one day...
If all else fails, lower your standards.