Subsidized loans and a few grant programs are about the only way the federal government invests in higher education (not counting the research dollars, which are also huge but cover research activity). Most states have reduced their funding of the public institutions, which pretty much guarantees higher tuition for students. The biggest driver of costs in higher education is personnel, and one of the biggest personnel costs is health insurance.
If you want to reduce the cost of attending a public university, do two things: 1) encourage states to increase their subsidies for their public institutions and 2) get health care costs under control.
...local internet at work goes down and you can't even make a phone call, let alone answer email or get any real work done. Then you pull out the old smartphone and start working through your cell tower connection. This has happened twice now in the last week and one of the events lasted for nearly 4 hours.
Facebook would realize there is a huge market for people who don't want to be sold to advertisers and don't want their interactions with friends to be interrupted by >> invasive advertising all the time and may even be willing to pay for this service.
But what really matters is standard of living. Sure, they might make less money, but in the 1980s a cell phone cost thousands and barely worked, compared to what you can get for a few hundred bucks and $30 a month. Earning less money != worse life.
However for many infections, such as the un-fun norovirus, a person's immunity is temporary, not permanent. http://wwwnc.cdc.gov/eid/artic...
So the exposure to these agents does not result in a stronger immune system but does result in additional illnesses. How do we, then, clean off the nasty critters but keep the "good" ones?
All cars lose their value once you drive them off the lot - new, or used. It's how the used car dealers stay in business (that is to say, by selling the car to you for more than it is worth). What's more important is whether or not you get what you paid for. A $50,000 new car that gives you 200,000 safe miles is a better deal than a $6,000 used car that gives you 10,000 crappy, unreliable, will my car start at 2 AM in the bad part of town miles.
about 4 minutes if you just showed the action. But, then again, baseball is about more than just the "action." It's about the act of being in the moment, in the game, as a player or spectator. So reducing it just to the action (hitting, running, etc.) fundamentally changes what the event means in the first place. But, hey, I get 3 hours and 56 minutes of my life back, too!