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batye
batye
5/4/2019 2:13:02 AM
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Re: Biden
@srufolo1  I think they do but this days you never know what is end game is... or what we gonna end up at the end... 

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batye
batye
5/4/2019 2:12:00 AM
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Re: High up internet
@ms.akkineni  yes and rain to... but it also depends on the size of the drone and design... as I see few nw high end drone they build almost like military grade device and could fly almost in any area or environment...

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srufolo1
srufolo1
4/30/2019 8:47:32 PM
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Re: What do they have in common?
@JohnDrake Wow, that's really perceptive about how "they are all names of places that seem far away."  They are all places that can be difficult to reach too.

 

 

 

 

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srufolo1
srufolo1
4/30/2019 8:47:31 PM
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Re: What do they have in common?
@JohnDrake Wow, that's really perceptive about how "they are all names of places that seem far away."  They are all places that can be difficult to reach too.

 

 

 

 

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srufolo1
srufolo1
4/30/2019 8:36:11 PM
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Biden
Thought Biden would be a strong candidate for the Democrats, but not so sure about his stance on Net Neutrailty. He has been described as a Net Neutraility "skeptic," and Comcast looks like it is supporting his campaign.

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ms.akkineni
ms.akkineni
4/30/2019 8:00:26 PM
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Re: High up internet
I recall reading in one of previous posts that wind plays important role for drones. But no other details were mentioned in that post. I would alos be interetsed to know more details that you listed out in your comment.

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srufolo1
srufolo1
4/30/2019 7:12:05 PM
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Bot Spot
Home entertaiment and leisure robots seem to already have found their way into the modern home. Interesting how the revenue is going to grow to $1.8 billion for these devices. And I thought Alexis was pretty cool in my sister's home when she asked her to turn on the TV and to the stations she wanted to watch. 

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DonBrowne
DonBrowne
4/29/2019 11:50:23 AM
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Re: High up internet
It does seem the description of benefits of the data drone threw in every conceivable benefit except providing hot water to poor people's homes. Seems like maybe someday that tech may actually fly, but I wouldn't want to hold my breath for it anytime soon.

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JohnDrake
JohnDrake
4/29/2019 5:29:03 AM
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What do they have in common?
What do Horizon, Verizon, Frontier, High-Altitude Platform Station, and Net Neutrality have in common? They are all names of places that seem far away.

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Commisio44354
Commisio44354
4/28/2019 2:13:31 PM
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Re: High up internet
..and to add an honest postcript, Softbank has not stumbled yet--has it?  I look forward to us deliberating on this over the ensuing days and months?

 

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