if only we had some unified app framework so that you didn't have to install a new app for every site. you could give it a little text bar at the top where you would type in the name of the app's data you want, and instead of having to have the app installed, it would just load the data FROM the source the app loads from, and then render it. you might have to add in some markup language tags here and there to help with the formatting, but it should be doable. this would save a lot on internal storage on the phone.
No no no... you don't understand. It's just THAT good of a ompression gorithm.
although i work with computers, I'm not up on the newest whiz bang stuff these days. i thought ompression might be some fancy word like impression but meaning something else.
so anyways, fuck the little punks that come up with all these stupid names that have to sound all web.20 like the 40 or whatever AWS names you have to learn to use Amazon.
1MBps is absolutely nothing on LTE. One of the reasons T-Mobile has such great service at football games is became most football fans are on AT&T and Verizon. Even moreso when not in a stadium. Head over to howardforums and reddit to see lots of imgur screencaptures of users' latest speeds. Usual is 35mbps in metropolises, extremes of >100mbps in Portland.
maintain connectivity no
technical issues no
I will say that I'm not sure exactly how anyone would be using 2TB/month---what exactly are they downloading? If it's a lot, they can't be downloading that much every single month, because they'd run out of storage space, and that's a hell of a lot of streaming video, even at 4K...
so that would be your best avenue of attack IMO.
He can get them, but we're supposed to take them at face value.
have you calculated the bandwidth-per-second required for 2TB/month?
That requires a lot of variables to be right (device condition, throughput, network conditions, geography, etc.) that do not always present themselves.
Without knowing the answers to those variables, Legere is lying about the 2TB figure.
so, what you're saying is the CEO can't send an email to billing or to their network staff to poll the database for the largest offenders and screenshot the results for him.
2TB is a fucking lie, there's no way you'd get the theoretical bandwidth every second for a month. What he's doing is fucking lying like a scammer to cover his scam. Go on the offensive and attack your own customers in the most insulting way.
1. you sound like one of the entitled users they're going to be throttling
2. you don't seem to realize how fast their network actually is in certain areas. 2TB is perfectly possible, the math exercise for MB/s is left as an exercise to the reader...
I just use glxgears to benchmark. glxgears is a great benchmark. I recommend glxgears if you want to benchmark your liinicks. thanks.
Su apt-get remove systemd --purge
I thought systemd was the new emacs???
Say I'm a dude who likes banging housewives. I'm single, don't give a flying fuck if my membership is exposed.
Say I use the website to bang some housewives, and then meet the love of my life, get married and have a couple kids. I never use the service since meeting the love of my life.
Few years go by, the data breach exposes me as someone who used that service. My wife leaves me, my kids hate me, my co-workers ostracize me. Have I done something wrong? Maybe, if banging some housewives while single is wrong. Point is, trust is shattered today over something from the past which is irrelevant today.
Maybe I even had told my wife "hey, before meeting you I used to bag housewives" and she was okay with it at the time, but perceptions can change drastically based on information that one would understand emotionally rather than logically.
Hell, before meeting my wife I was rather promiscuous, but people change. Bringing out the skeletons in the closet helps nobody.
why did you decide to share your whole life with someone you won't share your whole life with? might want to start with that one
it helps people think twice before acting.
and that's always a good thing
How about losing the cap? Gigabit means I can get to the cap in a couple of hours now.
this is part of their business plan. they're helping you reach your cap faster so that they can save money by shutting you off the remainder of the month!!!
or sell you more data.
wait. that actually might be what's going on
hm..,no....thta's not right....whatever...it's too late to google
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