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It is not courage. They want their consumers to choose the fastest so that they get more revenue. They don't care about the ISPs. Also they are publishing what they have recorded. The ISPs can debate about it but they cannot really stop Netflix from publishing what it knows. But it has side-effects.

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http://www.google.com/insidesearch/

Try the flight search. It is way cooler than anything you have used before...
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Perhaps this excerpt from Steven Pinker's How the mind works describes the motivation behind recent shootouts in America.

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misplaced values is missing in the the excerpt.

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Interesting future...perhaps someday we would be able to manufacture objects at will as well and not just create a visual illusion of them.
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Apple’s way of getting you to buy a new phone is to make you really happy with your current one, whereas apparently Android phone makers think they can get you to buy a new phone by making you really unhappy with your current one.
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https://supportforums.motorola.com/community/manager/softwareupgrades - Motorola has no plans for Droid X upgrade to Android 4.0 (ICS) :-(.
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