If the content providers find their financial arrangements with Netflix agreeable, then perhaps this move would give Netflix a little bit of leverage. Ultimately, should Netflix continue to create original content, they could ultimately tell their content providers to shove off.
Hard to believe Netflix would cut off its nose to spite its face.
$9M? That'll barely get you a cheap house in Beverly Hills.
I have a Fitbit that I've owned for barely 10 months. Eight of which it has been sitting in a drawer. I tried to get on board with this craze, but the damn thing kept falling off my wrist. I tried a different side and fared no better. I had two major problems. First, the fastener is utter rubbish. Every time I'd brush against something the damn thing would fall off and most of the time I wouldn't feel it. I'd see it laying on the ground or in a seat before realizing it fell off. Second, I've got enough junk to charge every day. I certainly don't need another device with a proprietary connector. So, in a drawer it sits.
Anybody want to buy a lightly used Fitbit?
1500 feet? Do you have a mode C transponder?
Rumor down here is that no attempt was made to decelerate the Tesla.
1) BB just died with Mr. Chen's comments.
2) Thank the Flying Spaghetti Monster that Apple has integrity*. Not a huge fanboi, it pains me terribly to say that.
*on the matter of encryption/privacy.
It's quite possible that windowless airplanes would be somewhat cheaper. After all, those windows are not trivial (see de Havilland Comet). But cue the human claustrophobia...
Sort of fixed, and already in the wild . . . https://www.virgin.com/richard...
Haven't turned a television on in at least three weeks. I'm glad someone is picking up my slack.
Does basically the same thing. Works on both platforms.
It's a start: http://phys.org/news/2016-03-n...
In many states (I haven't lived in all of them yet) in the U.S., the person entering the expressway is required to yield to existing traffic. Not the other way around. I don't think this is taught anymore, unfortunately.
"The algorithm to do that is extremely nasty. You might want to mug someone with it." -- M. Devine, Computer Science 340