For when you need to justify spending $6,000 on an Apple Pro Display XDR and its stand.
That's a lot of money for Netflix to spend and a significant talent loss for HBO. But on the bright side, this deal does mean that Confederate is officially cancelled.
But what if, and hear me out, instead of paying low monthly charges for exactly the content you wanted, people instead bought large bundled packages of streaming services from market-dominating corporations just like we did during the cable era which this whole cord cutting scheme was supposed to solve in the first place?
13.4 percent of the traffic in my city is the result of just two apps. Glad to see we got all of the dystopia but none of the cyberpunk in this future.
The eight people who live in South Dakota are going to be so excited when they receive word of this via carrier pigeon. Seriously though, this is an audacious plan that would empower communities to build and maintain their own broadband infrastructure rather than rely on price-gouging private ISPs. It's worth every penny.