And Tom Rutledge, CEO of Charter Communications, told Wall Street analysts he was “surprised” that 1.3 million of his 5.5 million customers don’t want TV — just broadband internet. “Our broadband-only growth has been greater than I thought it would be,” he said.
It’s been down for quite some time but you probably didn’t notice. I had some issues getting the domain transferred to a new registrar, but sneakaspot.com is pointing where it needs to again.
On a side note, I’ve stopped paying for a Flickr pro account and am looking into another option for uploading my photos but for the time being I’m just not taking any pictures.
I went to the Wisconsin capitol again today to report on the Solidarity Singers, as I’ve done many times before. I was not intending to get arrested. Nor did I want to get arrested. But that’s what happened. via Pocket
Today was a landmark day for the Solidarity Singers, an organic gathering that occurs every weekday at noon in the rotunda of the Wisconsin State Capitol. I’ve covered their plight under now Capitol Police Chief Daivd Erwin only in passing before, but today the arrests were hot and heavy. via Pocket
When the two disc golf courses open this spring in Hiestand Park and Elver Park, players will have to pay $5 a day or $40 for an annual pass, according to a news release from the Madison Parks Division.
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In the final test, the scientists connected rats on different continents and beamed their brain activity back and forth over the internet. “Even though the animals were on different continents, with the resulting noisy transmission and signal delays, they could still communicate,” said Miguel Pais-Vieira, the first author of the study, in a statement. “This tells us that we could create a workable network of animal brains distributed in many different locations.”
Every weekday from noon to 1 pm, for the past two years, citizens have gathered in or outside of the Wisconsin State Capitol to express their dissatisfaction with the Walker regime, its policies, or anything else that bothers them. Informally known as the Solidarity Sing-Along (SSA), the event is the longest sustained musical protest in American history.
At its core, Paul Ryan’s appeal is simple: He’s what stupid people think smart people sound like. MSNBC’s commentary after the vice presidential debate in October captured the narrative pretty well: “It was Scranton Joe vs. Think Tank Ryan. Heart vs. head. via Pocket