I should have noticed. I quickly read the comment without noting the username or /hardtroll. Something about the comment sent my brain into a tailspin, where reason and logic did not prevail. I will do better in the future. :)
I went through one of their tutorials when it was first announced and it shows that you can view the the week on a graph of temp vs time. This shows the basic times you adjusted the temps, but it doesn't let you get to the optimum start/stop functions. That is the stuff I would like to see.
I actually think that the "learning" part of the thermostat will save you money. Most people I know with programmable thermostats still use it manually and never bother trying to figure out how to schedule/adjust it. After using the learning thermostat for a few days, it starts anticipating your schedule and adjusts accordingly.
My experience has been the exact opposite. I had absolute trust in police officers as an adolescent. It was later in life when I developed my distrust.
I now believe they are glorified tax collectors.
I found this comment to her blog apology amusing:
Also funny: The use of the word 'acquired' as opposed to the word COPYING. Is it 'acquiring' when someone downloads a Lilly Allen album from BitTorrent? :)
September 22, 2009 2:21 AM
It seems to me the logical aproach would be for Warner to merely reimburse Fox for what they paid for their movie rights. It makes no sense for them to get a percentage of profits from the movie, they had nothing to do with.