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dlr5288
dlr5288
1/31/2018 3:43:17 PM
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Re: Problems
Yes hopefully there is a way that you can still stay connected even from far away. Its hard to be completely out of the loop, in terms of news and things like that.

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DHagar
DHagar
1/3/2018 7:03:26 PM
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Re: A lot more applications than just TV
@JohnBarnes, very true!  But the ability to execute and develop the full value of the open systems is yet to become prevalent.  It remains aspiration more than reality?  Because to operate in the new environment is a different strategy with different tactics.  That learning curve is still going on.

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JohnBarnes
JohnBarnes
12/30/2017 11:30:39 PM
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Re: A lot more applications than just TV
DHagar,

I guess I would have to agree that it builds the case -- but since the case is already won, and open systems are the only real victor (have you seen anyone arguing "Next decade we get everything back into proprietary boxes?"), I think it's more an implication than a vindication!

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elizabethv
elizabethv
12/29/2017 8:12:29 AM
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Re: Problems
@afwriter - Thanks! At least with ever-advancing technology there's hope that even if things don't start out on the best foot, they could progess and get better down the line.

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afwriter
afwriter
12/28/2017 2:03:41 PM
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Re: Problems
@Elizabethv I'm sorry to hear that. I echo your sentiments about Century Link and I don't know anything about TDS. Fingers crossed everything works out for you and you don't have to much of a headache in your transition. 

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elizabethv
elizabethv
12/28/2017 9:17:17 AM
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Re: Problems
@afwriter - I know there is CenturyLink available in the area but I don't like CenturyLink. It's And another company called TDS, which I hear is broadband, but I'm waiting to hear how many MBPS I can get. Because if it's only 60, I'm going to worry. And I know it won't be ready for another month or two, which could be dicey since we are supposed to move in about a month. I guess we'll just have to wait and see how things pan out.

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afwriter
afwriter
12/28/2017 12:37:23 AM
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Re: Problems
@eliabethv that sounds like a precarious position to be in. Hopefully, everything works out for you. Do you know if you will have options in providers where you're going. 

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elizabethv
elizabethv
12/26/2017 8:13:14 AM
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Re: Problems
@freehe - I completely agree! SMARTBEAM sounds like an amazing concept that will help a fair percentage of users. We are currently in the process of moving to a more rural location and I am extremely concerned about the connectivity we'll have. We cut the cord 4 years ago and I'm extremely reluctant to go back. But I have no idea how we would manage without streaming. As horrible as it sounds. 

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elizabethv
elizabethv
12/26/2017 8:11:01 AM
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Re: $25?!
@afwriter - I never even really considered how they were powered. Though being battery powered seems obvious now, since they don't have cords attached to them. I personally think I'd like them a lot more without the "kids" factor. Even just some kind of fail safe to keep kids from being able to order so easily would do a lot to change my opinion. But if I worked at a place that used them, I have no doubt I'd find them as troublesome as you do. Especially since I'm sure my middle son is hardly alone in the "quick, hurry and get the games before Mom sees me!" act. 

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batye
batye
12/26/2017 2:46:56 AM
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Re: $25?!
@freehe yes you are right I could not agree more I hope in Canada we gonna have something similar at this price range... 

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