I bet they appeal it. Just too dangerous of a precident. Every repair can't involve liability for data.
13 posts • joined 2 Apr 2009
Tried it for the first time.
Went through the update. Thought I'd try the free game. Couldn't connect for 12 hours because the servers were over loaded. Finally got it to download, took forever the application is now up to 181 gigs.
Then it told me my video card is unsupported (macbook), and started another hour plus download to update the game when I hit the "continue anyway" button.
So apparently this is a game in which you watch bandwidth get eaten?
I'm going back to "bejewelled" on my cell phone.
Can't the police just see this as an opportunity? They can answer the "Murder for Hire" ad as easily as the next guy, and then they've caught a murderer.
It's like they don't care about crime, only that it is driven respectably underground.
I guess trawling Craigslist doesn't have the romance of driving the big car around busting heads.
And risk alienating their user base and causing increased hacking. Software differentiation really just amounts to disabled features. Buying a machine that has capabilities that you can't access pisses people off.
Would you be happy to buy a car with an air conditioning unit, but no button to turn it on? Or would you think that was a rip off. No reason that's any different with electronics.
If I bought that car, I would rewire it, and if I bought that iPhone, I would hack it.
Those need to be over every parking space.
Protect the cars, the people, the pavement and reduce heat island effects. And it's all wasted space that we've already thoughtful removed all the pesky trees from. Plus there's already connections to the grid in the form of all those light standards.
Wether they are plugged into cars is just a distraction.
Build them. Lots of them.
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