Re: re: RIAA: We Must Take A Shoot First, Ask Questions Later Ap Laws don't apply to the enforcers, which the RIAA becomes under SOPA. Cops can literally shoot first just because you make a "fast movement" while if you shot someone who broke into your home to rape your children you would automatically be arrested.
Re: re: RIAA: We Must Take A Shoot First, Ask Questions Later Ap If the U. S. Constitution was enforced the law would apply to the enforcers. Otherwise we will have the same kind of tyranny that resulted in the the Revolutionary War being fought. However by their statement the RIAA is now admitting they don't believe in the Constitution or due process under the law.
Kodak... I miss Kodakrome. And Panatomic. Fare thee well... until they sell off the last patent.
(perhaps to join the ranks of Polaroid, Pan American, Studebaker, USS Steel, TWA, WoolWorth, General Foods, AMF... just another one to add to the history of missing the boat...)
Re: Kodak... I agree, I used to use nothing but Kodachrome. I miss the color rendition. I have made the switch to digital because of the lack of quality film available. So sad!!
Re: Kodak... I made the switch to digital after "they" lost the best damn pictures I had ever taken in my whole life...
But it's true, my first camera was a very old Kodak Instamatic (!?) and my current one is a Kodak EasyShare.
Re: Kodak... I am now digital because of trouble finding good slide film. I use a Canon EOS digital and a Canon digital moviecam.
| || |said by TH47:same, my first digital was a kodak easyshare, think it was 2.something MP's.. but it ate AA's like candy, seriously brand new alkalines only took 10 pictures max. to day i use a fujifilm finepix with a li-ion battery pack.
I made the switch to digital after "they" lost the best damn pictures I had ever taken in my whole life...
| || If Kodak knew since the '90s (as the article said) their business model was working, they could've seen the future in digital photography. No wonder many of these great companies die off. They only look at the bottom line and not see the future.|
As for the RIAA and MPAA, if they don't wise up, their business models will also go the way of the dinosaur.
Illegal aliens have always been a problem in the United States. Ask any Indian. Robert Orben
Facebook Is Becoming Perhaps Too Annoying I guess I'm not the average 'net/web user. I find these constant changes in FB's user interface annoying, and their cavalier attitude toward user privacy disturbing. As for "Actions": I feel the same way about that as I did "Timeline": Do not like.
I recently activated my Google+ account. I don't know as I'm going to actually abandon FB, but I'm preparing to reduce my footprint there considerably.
Not that I don't have concerns about the Gollective, mind you...
| |Camelot OnePremium,MVM
Connect Everyone In The World Online (Yes, Everyone) By 2018 It is an interesting concept, but every person? There are still a large number of people who would love nothing more than to eat tomorrow, and they could care less about being able to update their facebook status.
| |KearnstdElf WizardPremium
Mullica Hill, NJ
Re: Connect Everyone In The World Online (Yes, Everyone) By 2018 however lets say this happens, I predict a world record 8 billion lawsuits filed that year by the RIAA who now thinks every internet connection is only used for piracy.
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riaa shoot first ask later These people don't sound too smart by saying things like this.