Going up another fifth to D, the F carries over and another sharp is added. Going back to the rhyme, it a C. So D major has two sharps, F and C.. Had to stay there a couple hours with and iv in my arm. Was told I could not donate anymore. :(. Alistair Burnett is editor of the World Tonight”Should the government engaged in more of a public debate” ? No. We elect a government that we hope will make the right decisions whether or not they’re popular. We can hardly decry the use of focus groups, and complain that the government’s following a tabloid agenda, if, at the same time they’re not allowed to make decisions without first engaging in public debate.
SubscriptionsGo to the Subscriptions Centre to manage your:My ProfileThat’s the overriding issue facing small screen heavyweights who have gathered at the Banff World Television Festival this week to discuss an industry shaken by an increasingly fractured and fickle TV audience.Festival director Peter Vamos says digital and online entertainment loom as real threats to the survival of conventional TV networks and their hold on audiences.”Everyone’s fearful that’s what’s going to happen that ultimately people are going to watch [elsewhere],” said Vamos. “They don’t need to watch the final 2 hour episode of Lost on CTV at whatever time it starts . They can watch it at any time, and they may be able to watch it on Rogers VOD, but they may be able to just download it from the internet and burn it to a disc and pop it into their DVD player.”TiVo president and CEO Tom Rogers is set to lead a discussion Tuesday on how various sectors both broadcast and cable, networks and operators can avoid being marginalized, and maybe even gain from the digital trend.Read more.What are your television viewing habits? Do you watch programs on a conventional TV or do you watch them online or on demand?Internet freedom: Should government have the ability to shut down the internet?The Egyptian government shut down access to the internet and the country’s cellphone data network early Friday, according to media reports.
Persol (and Rayban, and Guess, and Tiffany Co. And BVLGARI, etc. Etc. Would be players say Canada’s wireless industry is not competitive, so spectrum should be set aside for newcomers. The existing players say the auction should be free and open to the highest bidder. The problem with that argument is that the auction can’t truly be free and open, as foreign players such as AT or Google are barred by ownership restrictions from getting involved in a meaningful way.