Seinfeld, Ep 116
NO FAST BROADBAND FOR YOU!!!
13 posts • joined 4 Jul 2008
Neither do I, but music can't ever be free as if it were why would people bother to write it. At present a recording artist can be a full time job, if you're good at it. But if you can't earn your crust from it then you have to go out and get a paying job, but you'll have to battle with the music execs, who will also be in the job market.
Free music is a nice idea, but the economics just don't work. Unless you've already grown fat off of the paying side of it and can afford to give it away for free.
"Virgin are to target bittorent"
"Virgin Media is known to be in advanced talks to launch a legal, licensed peer-to-peer music service"
Hmmmm clearing the way for their own service methinks?? This sounds like a bit of an abuse of a monopoly to me. "If you're on our network you have to use our music service, now gimme your credit card."
OK so let me get this straight, if someone has used a number to con ppl before, then they won't be able to get one again........unless they turn up with a different trading name and a different director?!?!
When they dreamed up this idea did they really think that a con artist would be honest when applying for a number they were going to use dis-honestly?
Swing and a miss OFCOM
Last year I would have probably agreed, because prem plus was a bit cheeky. But now Setanta have got all of the England away games not to mention a lot of the other stuff they managed to steal from Sky.
It wouldn't be so bad if they had their own delivery platform, but I'm buggered if i'm going to pay the BBC for a TV license, sky for a sky plus box and subscription AND setanta to get englands away games, screw that!!
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