Groot reminds us that Net Neutrality is critical to internet freedom, and we should call Congress TODAY, before Thursday’s FCC vote to eliminate the only thing preventing your cable or phone company from blocking competition, burying news they don’t like, and shaking down startups.
Unless you trust your cable company to have your best interests at heart, head over to Battle for the Net and get Congress to remind the FCC that they work for you, not Verizon and Comcast.
Amazing what Groot can fit into just three words, isn’t it? 😉
I didn’t even see a Halloween aisle this time, but Christmas was on full display.
You know, I’ve been posting examples of holiday creep for over a decade now, and what’s changed the most is the quality of the camera I have with me when shopping. I mean, what the heck was I even carrying in 2005:
It was probably my first cameraphone (back when we actually called them that). I know I had a better digital camera at the time, but this definitely wasn’t it!
Is that help with flashing? Help responding to flashing? Help that flashes.
Maybe I don’t want “flashing help.”
And what am I supposed to know about what happens when it’s on its way? There’s a missing half sentence here!
(Or maybe they just need to pick their line breaks better!)
I’m sure “regulated garbage” is a technical term, but it sounds more like a creative insult.
Now you can have pumpkin spice milk on your pumpkin cereal!
Also interesting: “almond beverage” rather than “almond milk.”