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05 Dec 2017 20:31

This product spam needs to stop on this forum!
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14 Dec 2017 23:52

R.I.P Internet. I hope i can still visit the SpaceEngine website when the next update is out. The U.S. just became the worst country in the world thanks to 1 decision. I hope net neutrality isn't as bad as it seems.
 
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14 Dec 2017 23:56

MineCrafter473, drama much?  Because the US repealed some random act regarding the internet that makes it the worst country in the entire world? How much more of a child can you be when you consider this to be the determining factor on a country being bad? There are far worse countries and far worse things going on in the world.




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15 Dec 2017 03:27

In 1999 while in Tokyo I went to Shibuya at night to test my best fixed focal length lenses with an ISO3200 film since there is so much artificial lighting that short exposures with that setup would work.  And the pictures were reasonably bright, but grainy.  And they now look like utter garbage compared to that 4K video.
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15 Dec 2017 09:33

MineCrafter473 wrote:
R.I.P Internet. I hope i can still visit the SpaceEngine website when the next update is out. The U.S. just became the worst country in the world thanks to 1 decision. I hope net neutrality isn't as bad as it seems.

I have a friend who's optimistic about this, because either the politicians will realize how broken the internet became (except for the richest companies) or the companies who decide to follow net neutrality will get all the costumers, forcing the other companies to follow along.
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15 Dec 2017 13:13

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Source of the post In other news The Last Jedi was not a good movie

I haven't seen it yet, but as usual I heard wildly different opinions. Ergo, all is nominal ;)
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16 Dec 2017 15:26

Mr. Missed Her wrote:
Source of the post  or the companies who decide to follow net neutrality will get all the costumers, forcing the other companies to follow along.

I had thought about that. There's a good chance this will happen. I hope.

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