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February 26, 2007


Bosco Brand

It's sad but true. While broadband is enjoying a surge in the market, I feel it's still a very immature and poorly run industry, with providers getting away with very poor business and service models. Hopefully with the surge in competition the broadband services who prioritize reliability, stability and customer service rise to the top.


Microsoft Office 2007

This is a good,common sense article.Very helpful to one who is just finding the resouces about this part.It will certainly help educate me


I got my internet back at lucmthine yesterday, but can I also tell you all how much I hate a company that advertises a dedicated FAULT line and then still makes you go through the standard autobot dialogue about why you are calling them? I RANG ON YOUR REPORT-A-FAULT LINE, WHY AREN'T I TALKING TO A TECH ALREADY?


i think, correct me if i am wrong, that this is not that imtrapont to spend all the time of the interview to crunch numbers but to put down a comprehensive framework and be able to think laterally and think about the MARKET (is the product innovative, are they any competitors, what is their product worth, their market share )


At a price of $15/flight with penetration of 20%, the copmnay can achieve maximum profit of $300/flight per 100 passengers: * 30 users at $5 = $150/flight * 25 users at $10 = $250/flight * 20 users at $15 = $300/flight * 10 users at $20 = $200/flight * 5 users at $25 = $125/flight


Hi guys! Love the show I discovered it today and had lneesitd to every single one. I like that Terrence is an Avid guy while Philip is an Apple guy it balances out very well. One suggestion; keep a distance from the mic when you start laughing. I have to lower the speaker volume every time you do that. Specially, Phillip, his laugh can be kind of annoying. I'm sorry to be this honest. Other than that, just keep up the good work and keep the episodes coming.


Zak, How long can our old relatives supprot an industry the size of the broadcast industry? That's the issue.Mel, Thanks for the feedback. Right now we have one of our audio guys set us up with a limiter. Hard to justify having him stay in the room and ride levels. I'll try to keep that in mind.


(Wireless Phone Accessory) Much of the marketing and dpircietson for this thing hides the fact that any data-throughput that you purchase expires 30 days after activation. I bought this thing hoping to use it sparingly every other month or so. A minimum $25 purchase that expires after 30 days, that's useless to the casual user. You might as well just get a real data plan. I plan to return it to amazon UNOPENED.


One thing is always that one of the most prevalent incentives for applying your card is a cash-back or rebate offer. Generally, you'll have access to 1-5% back upon various buying. Depending on the card, you may get 1% again on most buying, and 5% back again on buying made going to convenience stores, filling stations, grocery stores and also 'member merchants'.

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