If this goes all the way to its potential peak, when does the "real world" have to start worrying about how much of our life is dependent to the internet? Also, why would a publicly owned company decide to specifically poke at these people?
Edit: YES I get about 97% of my news from Twitter. Thx.
(edited by Super Shane Spear on 26.7.09 2048) You should listen to what I listen to
All I know is that, starting Friday, AT&T service has sucked-diddley-ucked - with dropped calls, text message failures, and a slew of other issues that have really made it difficult to use their service. I don't know if this was related or not, but things were particularly awful yesterday. I couldn't make a call out to save my life (not literally), and my girlfriend had four text messages arrive all at once - two of which were several hours old.
We all have ways of coping. I use sex and awesomeness.
So I've been searching the web all the past week for some answers. Here's the problem: On the computer I'm using, suddenly every mpg/avi/Anything NotQuicktime movie I'm trying to watch has turned BLUE.