I'll wait it out.
Any studies in progress or completed on a 5G transmitter strapped to your skull for a year? A month?
11 posts • joined 10 Feb 2017
If you want to watch what you want to watch, when you want to watch it, the TV has to be connected. It's 2020 after all. Nothing like Pro sports or a contemporary action flick on a highend 65" SMART TV - with external Audio system.
I dropped cable and now stream exclusively saving $100/mo.
Another viable solution -with no monthly fees- may be Free to Air (FTA) satellite TV. Buy the dish and the FTA receiver for less than $500 total and get free unencrypted TV.
The beatings will continue until moral improves.
It used to be everyone had their own office with a door. As a field engineer I had my own office. Then we moved to cubicles, then 2 or 3 to a cube with lower or no walls, then hot desks, and then, thankfully, remote from home with subsidized furniture, phone, and internet. Now it's remote and you pay for your own equipment.
IBM's new work requirement will change ...again. Hang in there for it. That is if they let you.
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