We need to modernize the laws to reflect the reality that cell phones, BlackBerrys and text messaging are an everyday extension of the workplace and are here to stay," said Sen. John Kerry, D-Mass. "Cell phones are no longer executive perks or luxury items, and our tax code cannot treat them that way anymore.
If people are online, other family members can also get online and interact. And, no, I'm not saying that's an acceptable substitute for face-to-face family time, but it should at least be recognized that it's a different type of communication, rather than just some blackhole.
If someone provides services at a price that's too high then someone else is free to provide service at a lower price. They all use the same "highway" to provide the service. The government should NOT grant monopolies.
Those ideas primarily call for online and mobile access as part of the fee a subscriber already pays for that programming, while this is perceived as a new revenue stream requiring a separate subscription. In essence, it looks like subscribers who already have access to the games on TV will have to pay twice for the privilege.
I imagine that's what they were trying to do. The 3500+ style files that come with EndNote required many, many hours of work. Someone had to go out and find out the bibliographic constraints for all these hundreds or thousands of journals, then write templates for all of them, and then check and debug them in subsequent versions.
Is it that you are worried about scaring off young potential customers because your product "smells like old people"? Get over it. Most young people don't want a Jitterbug, just as most seniors wouldn't want a Nokia N95. If you completely believed in market segmentation, you'd get over yourselves, and get real.
The trade group insists that other domain operators would charge half of what VeriSign charges for .com Web addresses if given the right to compete. The 9th Circuit agreed that the .com contract poses antitrust concerns that should be weighed at trial.
I think internet radio is the way to go, a traditional radio has a limited audience but an internet radio is limitless to how many people can tune in at a time. I’ve also used the internet radio to tune into a local radio station rather than a radio because i think it has better quality.