1) Your use of the word “free time” means you think into 2 separate things “free time” and “necessary work time” I think this is a very bizarre mindset and probably where the difference lies. You have just 1 life not 2 different persons. I feel like westerners are just being robots or actors for 8 hours feeling forced to work and then finally feel free when done with work.
What this story brought home to me was how in a broadband, always on world the media influences animal spirits unbelievably quickly and on a global scale. The images of the Northern Rock queues were distributed within seconds all over the world, as stills and as video. They came to symbolise the vulnerability of the banking system around the world.
Same should apply to WIFI.If I had such a network, how would I know, how could I prove my neighbor was willingly and knowingly, and repeatedly using my signals to surf the internet?I take it for signal theft to be a chargable offense you would have to know you were doing it, and to be doing it on purpose, and more than on just one accidental occasion?Would not the providers of either my network eqiopment or software, or even my signal provider (the internet service provider) not have some liability in this matter, themselves???After all, they are the exoerts, the tehcnicians, the geeks. Would they not have some sort of “duty of care” to protect me, or help me protect myself?We are not all software engineers or whatever.I may seem ignorant, but I am just asking.Posted: 2007/08/24 at 7:51 AMWell I tend to believe stealing wifi isn’t actually stealing. The case would become somewhat illegal if the frealoader attend to change any information on the computer or router of the owner of the wifi.
It shows new wave chops on Each Time Is a New Time, Share the Words and the mid afternoon FM of Them That Do Nothing; clunking funk on the lopsided Let Write A Book; the Zep’ creeps in on the colossal striding rock god melodies ahoy on All You Ever Need To Say; and there post rock balladry sparseness on the gorgeous You and I.The title track itself is a cello driven chamber pop delight, while It About Time is a 10 minute piece for strings and found sound. Fortunately, enough has been written about the folly of double albums in the past, so it to Field Music credit that not a moment is wasted and nor does (Measure) ever slide into either self indulgence or corner cutting this do? territory.(Measure) is a sturdily made piece. You sense the love and energy taken in the Field Music enterprise, and it nods to a proud craftsmanship.