+ Reply to Thread
Results 1 to 4 of 4

  1. #1
    tommywho70x Guest

    Mechanisms for propaganda 21st Century FOX SPORTS BASEBALL THEME

    My computer has an 'onboard' (VIA AC'97) [Audio/Video]'chipset' and an ATI PCI-TV Tuner card as well as a complex 'Hybrid' (Analog/Digital/Binary) Window/DOS Version 7.10 A+(TCP/IP) 3Com Telephony Network that includes [Internal] PCI NIC, V.92 HSP56 Modem, DSL Router, UPS (Uninterruptible Power Supply) and a PDA (Personal Desktop Assistant/Handheld micro-PC).

    THE 'IA' (Internet Application) software provided by my 'ISP' IA (Issuing Authority) is NetZero Internet Access Software Version 8.3 using MSFT DUN v1.4, IE v6x-web_browser and OE6-compatible NetZero Webmail.

    I keep a Multi-band radio plugged into the 'line-in' on the audio system, usually on and tuned to a local FM Radio STATION and a Panasonic television monitor plugged into the line-in to the ATI card tuned to KTBC FOX 7 AUSTIN.

    Dell and Microsoft have bought large blocks of advertising time for ads that are playing in the MLB post-season series using the 'ETAG Phrase Line: "It's entertainment made easy by Dell and Microsoft!"'

    Below, is a hyperlink to results of a NetZero search on that phrase. I would like to see what kind of thoughts there are on my assertion that Bill Gates, as the principal authority on PC Software and Michael Dell as the principal PC Hardware maven, their companies and their partnerships are being used as the primary means for 'Big Brother' to watch everything we type, view everything we send each other electronically and listen to everything we say on our telephones.


    http://search.yahoo.com/search?fr=us...TV+advertising...

  2. #2
    tommywho70x Guest

    Re: Mechanisms for propaganda 21st Century FOX SPORTS BASEBALL THEME

    This editorial should bring the question more into focus. The Internet has become controlled by large corporations who are denying service upgrades to communities based on financial feasibility and has permitted a certain lawlessness to arise in regard to the security, privacy and connectivity service of small businesses in competition with the 'Top-level' Corporate DNS (Domain Name System) Web-content hosting (FTP/HTTP) File server systems.

    Source URL: http://news.com.com/Time+for+a+real+...html?tag=carsl

    Time for a real Internet highway
    By Harry Fuller

    Published: October 14, 2005, 4:00 AM PDT


    The recent tiff between Level 3 Communications and Cogent Communications caused a small digital quake.

    No fatalities, minor damage. Work and play for some Internet users was interrupted or disrupted. A short inconvenience, but then normal life resumed.

    This was not due to a natural disaster or even to hackers but rather to business considerations and competition. Didn't you feel like shouting? "Hey, it's not your Internet--no matter what company you are."

    Two questions remain: Who owns the Internet? Is competition the best or only way to determine that ownership?

    Some of the terms that have stuck to the Internet in its first decade as a commercial and public system are misleading. "New media" may be the most pernicious.

    Who owns the Internet? Is competition the best or only way to determine that ownership? Sure, the Internet is a great way to deliver content. We do that here at CNET News.com. But the Internet is not simply a new medium. It's also a marketplace. A global system for private communication. An art gallery without walls, an archive without shelves, the planet's largest collection of sound and music.

    The list of Internet-based services is daunting. That scope means that the Internet is far more important than mere media. Daily, local newspapers are disappearing in America, and almost nobody is noticing. If certain TV or radio programs were to disappear for a day or a month, we'd all find substitutes. But take away the Internet?

    The Internet is a utility, without which our daily lives cannot be productive or interesting. Governments, companies and institutions now need it to function. So do you and I.

    Once upon a time in America, toll roads through the forests and canals were dug using private money. Both were owned by private companies. That didn't work. Public highways did. In 1956, President Eisenhower and Congress created the National System of Interstate and Defense Highways.

    As did political talk about the original Internet, some of the rhetoric explaining why the highway system needed to be made was based on what we now call "homeland security." See "defense" in the title? Well, you could picture National Guard units trucking back and forth on the weekends.

    We already have our highway system and our electricity. The time has come for our broadband. But the Interstate's real supporters and winners were car, rubber, steel and gas companies, motels and drive-in restaurants, shopping centers and vacationing families. It was federally funded, and it worked. Anybody want to sell I-5 to a private company? Picture this sign: "Sorry, you cannot exit onto Highway 63 because it belongs to our competition."

    Even the most progovernment politician knows that you'd wait a long time before BigRoads Inc. put a highway into some small farming town of 600 people. No profit. If you want highway ubiquity, government has to do it.

    A similar process put electricity into the less populated and poorer areas of America. Where I grew up, in the Missouri Ozarks, our electricity came from a federally supported co-op. No private company could turn a profit stringing copper wire up and down those thinly populated hills.

    We already have our highway system and our electricity. Time has come for our broadband. It's a utility. We now need broadband to live, work, recreate and even make a profit. Whether in Palo Alto, Calif., or Cavalier, N.D., we need our broadband. Many local areas of America are attacking the need for broadband ubiquity, but perhaps it's time for a national program.

    Fiber, cable or wireless--many areas of America are not going to run a profit for any broadband service provider. It's time for the National System of Interstate and Homeland Defense Broadband. Private companies will make billions building the system, as with the interstate highways. Once it's done, we'll all profit.

    Biography
    Harry Fuller is an executive editor at CNET News.com.



    Copyright ©2005 CNET Networks, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Privacy Policy | About CNET Networks | Jobs | Terms of Use

  3. #3
    Join Date
    Sep 2004
    Posts
    27,212

    Re: Mechanisms for propaganda 21st Century FOX SPORTS BASEBALL THEME

    what good is broadband.digital has made it combersome and slow for video.and there is the expense to boot.technology is a crock!it functions on superfluity and profit rather than common use and simplicity of purpose.so if ya cant lick em,joinem!?or die!?.......or maybe just disappear!!.....to yourself!?(selves)!? i've got power and i've got freinds,......and it's serving my own ends......:eek: :rolleyes: :D
    Last edited by lexx; 10-16-2005 at 04:29 PM.

  4. #4
    tommywho70x Guest

    Re: Mechanisms for propaganda 21st Century FOX SPORTS BASEBALL THEME

    Quote Originally Posted by lexx
    what good is broadband.digital has made it combersome and slow for video.and there is the expense to boot.technology is a crock!it functions on superfluity and profit rather than common use and simplicity of purpose.so if ya cant lick em,joinem!?or die!?.......or maybe just disappear!!.....to yourself!?(selves)!? i've got power and i've got freinds,......and it's serving my own ends......:eek: :rolleyes: :D
    That is just how the Microsoft-Dell-JAVA-JIT-JAR-Juggernaut has made it appear by cashing in on the foundation work done before computers got small and cheap enough for them to market them in the way they have.

    Manufacturers of computing and integrated telecommunications hardware have always aimed toward user-friendliness (ease of use) and the ones who had any sense were also shooting toward universal compatibility/connectivity, particularly for American individuals and individual organizations using the 'Internet Dynamic Micro-Channels (TCP/IP Mini-Ports; Port#0-65,535)'.

    The major players in the game have taken all those features over for their own web's 'EXCLUSIVE FEATURES' and 'Copyright-protected Multimedia Web Content OFFERINGS'.

Similar Threads

  1. Replies: 27
    Last Post: 10-20-2016, 06:49 AM
  2. The Industries Exploding in the 21st Century
    By ChrisDoyle in forum MLM Scams
    Replies: 25
    Last Post: 07-15-2013, 03:44 PM
  3. The Business of The 21st Century
    By ChrisDoyle in forum MLM Scams
    Replies: 64
    Last Post: 07-02-2011, 05:45 PM
  4. Upon return the mechanisms but much manuscript.
    By Nwmzxkab in forum Religious Scams
    Replies: 0
    Last Post: 06-07-2007, 05:38 AM
  5. North Carolina's Christo-Fascists Forced to Join the 21st Century
    By Phinnly Slash Buster in forum Political Scams
    Replies: 1
    Last Post: 08-01-2006, 11:08 PM

Tags for this Thread

Add / Edit Tags
about, access, ads, advertising, ain, also, american, and, archive, are, art, assistant, attacking, audio, aus, austin, authority, away, back, baseball, based, become, being, best, big, big brother, bill, billions, binary, board, boo, boot, bought, bring, brother, browser, building, businesses, but, cable, can, cannot, cant, card, caused, century, cer, chan, co-op, collection, commercial, common, communications, companies, complex, compu, computer, con, copper, corporate, corporations, daily, damage, day, deliver, desk, did, didn, digital, disaster, domain name, dos, dow, down, drive, due, dun, each, easy, eed, elec, ends, enter, entertainment, everything, exclusive, executive, exit, families, features, feel, file, fina, financial, first, focus, for, foundation, fox, freinds, from, fuller, funded, gas, gates, global, going, good, got, great, guard, had, han, hardware, harry, has, her, here, hey, hills, his, homeland, hose, hosting, how, html, hyperlink, ica, ime, important, inc., individuals, inter, internal, internet, into, ion, issuing, its, java, just, keep, kind, knows, large, lexx, lick, like, line, lis, listen, lives, local, made, make, many, market, matter, mea, mechanisms, medium, michael, microsoft, mlb, monitor, month, more, msf, multi, name, national, need, needed, network, networks, news, nic, nobody, normal, not, now, october, ones, only, onto, organizations, original, our, over, own, owned, owns, par, part, personal, picture, place, plane, play, players, playing, policy, politician, por, pos, post, power, presiden, privacy, private, process, productive, profi, profit, propaganda, protected, provider, public, quake, question, questions, quote, real, results, router, run, say, search, season, see, sell, send, sense, series, service, services, shoo, shooting, shopping, short, sign, simply, small, software, some, sorry, sports, station, steel, subs, supply, supported, sure, system, systems, tag, take, taken, talk, tcp/ip, ted, television, tent, terms, than, that, the, their, theme, there, they, this, those, thoughts, time, title, top, town, type, uni, ups, url, used, user, users, using, version, video, view, wait, wan, was, watch, web, well, were, what, who, why, will, win, wire, wireless, with, work, worked, works, would, yahoo, you, your, zero

View Tag Cloud

Bookmarks

Bookmarks

Posting Permissions

  • You may post new threads
  • You may post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may edit your posts
  •