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Anthony Moulen
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I feel compelled to point out the mistake in this article. The price for charging is actually almost identical for the two samples Tesla provided. It equates to almost 25 miles per dollar spent.

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I got a copy of the rant like 5 times, you could tell it had to be fake because it just wasn't in the way Bill Cosby has ever expressed himself.  Not that he isn't tired or that he wouldn't support some of what was written in the rant but that it just wasn't him.  Glad someone finally documented that it is a fake. 

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This is essentially the vehicle I am waiting to replacement my truck with, going from 18MPG combined to 35MPG combined and still having enough utility would be what I want.  I was sad when the Escape Hybrid didn't get the redesign because that was the first time the Escape looked like a good enough vehicle but the mileage isn't a significant enough improvement.  What I would really like would be a plugin Hybrid RAV4.    

I can't understand why Toyota hasn't released something in this area yet, also why no one has released to the US market, a Hybrid Soccer Mom Mobile (mini-van). 

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I think the numbers are off, for 4 lines the lowest family plan you can get is $70 per month rather than $60 per month, so 70 + (10 * 3) + ( 30 * 4 ) = $220 not $200 so 4 smartphones would be $220 per month under the old plans, if you added text services it would be $250 to give you a comparable feature set.  The shared plan with 6G of data would actually be $20 cheaper.   Don't get me wrong the new plans aren't great for people who already have service.  My rate would go up by $40 a month over what we pay now for our family plan with the unlimited text service and over 6000 roll over minutes in the bank.   Unless you are an all smartphone family these plans do not work.  $30 per basic phone is excessive.  It is cheaper than the $50 per line to the family unlimited but still very high for people who stay within their allotment of minutes already. 

But this article does show that the plans don't really make sense for people on the low end of the service spectrum. 

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Anyone wonder how the patent on pinch zoom is viable? I mean didn't everyone watch Minority Report in 2002 and didn't Tom Cruz do this just on a larger screen? And I don't think this is the only Sci Fi place where you will find similar actions to zoom and place things on mythical HUD type displays.  If I had known you could patent Sci Fi movie ideas I would be much richer today. 

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WOW! This proves that they really are out of touch.  $40 per smartphone? There are prepaid plans that run about that today for calling and unlimited data, and that isn't coming out of a potential shared pool of 1GB. 

And I price out my ATT plan (4 lines, 3 smart phones 1 standard phone, 2 with 2G 1 with 200M) the total price is $195 on ATT and $200 on Verizon with only 1 G of data, if I go up to at least 4G of data it is $220 on Verizon ($10 for 1G plus $10 for 2G ) or $25 more per month than I pay now.  Voice minutes aren't meaningful to me as we roll over some of our 700 minutes every month anyway, and my plan includes the $30 unlimited text and any mobile to any mobile plan.  If I had to pay current rates it would be $15 more for ATT than now or $205 but that would be 6.3G of data (versus 4.2 now).  The only advantage I can see in this is free tethering of my tablet to my cell phone. But I could get 2G of additional data taking my overall plan to 8.3G and still  only be at $235.  When each additional line on their shared plan is so high, it becomes hard to justify.  If they said smart phones came with an added 1G of data to the pool for $40 then maybe it makes sense. 

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People say go change your LinkedIn password, I would advise you differently.  Until LinkedIn has explained what has happened, it may be safer not to change your password immediately.  Either your password is already out there and in danger or it isn't, but changing your password may expose you when you weren't before.  Ensure LinkedIn has closed whatever hole allowed the passwords to be stolen in the first place.  As soon as that happens you definitely should change your password there.  In the meantime, if you used a similar password pattern elsewhere, you should consider changing those password now, especially if you used the same email address and password pattern for facebook or google+. 

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Too bad it is only in California, I would consider trading my truck for this. I only use it for short trips for the most part anyway.
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