This is total BS. T-mobile's coverage map states that it already covers 99% of Texas with 3G high speed wireless data so why would this merger make it any better? By 1%? Whatever. Thankfully the comments on the article linked are so far against this guy & the merger.
Well that was fast; I just got a chance to watch it & then when I was attempting to share it I get this:
"Sorry, "Gasland director hides full facts" was deleted at 12:54:30 Tue Jun 7, 2011. Vimeo has removed or disabled access to the following material as a result of a third-party notification by Gasland Productions, LLC claiming that this material is infringing: Gasland director hides full facts. We have no more information about it on our mainframe or elsewhere."
With Google music it syncs with your Android device as well as PC's that you authorize. I use it at home & work and if I upload music from home, it auto-downloads it to my work PC's music folder once I login on that PC. It's only stuck in the cloud if you leave it there.
I guess I should read the articles before hitting enter. So this is actually some guy that has retained the brand Commodore and not the company that built my introduction to the digital age.
I pray that this is a hoax....please be a hoax....
Is that really their site? It's horrific! I searched for their international site and all that came up was http://www.commodoreworld.com/ and http://www.commodorecorp.com/, both of which have Under Construction images that 1998 wants back. NO ONE is going to take them seriously with the way that site stands.
It frustrates me as the C64 was my first machine and I wouldn't have gotten interested in computers with out that thing, and now they're attempting a comeback with site that looks like it was created using Tripod's HTML editor for WEB TV!?
On a positive note, the devices are pretty.
My wife and I are such Iron Maiden fans that we played their song Run to The Hills during our wedding! That being said, Iron Maiden has long offered posters, t-shirts, action figures and an amazing concert experience...not just CDs. I actually have purchased all their albums on vinyl as the cool artwork featuring their character, Eddie, looks much better on a record insert/cover than a CD. Great to see an article here on a group that are not only great musicians, but awesome performers and all-round artists as well.
Sorry about the double post. What I meant to say @DJ, you are correct. I should have mentioned that anyone that had crossed the border could post anonymously and then on the questionaire, it would ask if you had a laptop and did DHS search it. I personally disagree w/ DHS on this, however, because I don't view it as helping prevent any attacks other than checking to see if the device can operate so they know it's not a 'netbook shaped' chunk of C4 or something similarly dangerous. If an attacker or terrorist was sofisticated enough to coordinate an attack on the U.S, why would they risk bringing physical data across the border when they can access it remotely (as stated in the article) from a free hotspot once here?
Seems like they should spend more time searching toolboxes & confiscating box-cutters IMO.
So perhaps we need some third party data/analysis? Like, DHSsearchedMyLaptop.org where users can anonymously report the date & time they were searched at the border & how in depth it was. Many people probably wouldn't want to post on such a site and there'd be a margin of error, but it's not the 'fox's' data. Just a suggestion.