Ferazel wrote on Nov 22, 2014, 17:22:
If this game wasn't so much work, it might actually be fun!
HoSpanky wrote on Jun 18, 2014, 08:35:
"What's the catch?"
"You have to install Origin."
I haven't honestly had any trouble out of Origin, I just don't like the idea of having a bunch of different platforms installed for running my games. Steam is running SO far out in the lead at this point that these other companies can't even offer what Steam does, much less something BETTER.
LittleMe wrote on May 10, 2014, 01:23:
Yes I certainly agree with Neocities' right to limit traffic to whomever they want. That's what NN would outlaw which if you think about it is wrong for the government to outlaw how Neocities' right to manage their traffic flow how they want to.
The "Internet" wasn't designed or ever intended to be 'neutral' but rather free for parties to connect *independent* networks. Independent means a network (or ISP) can manage their network as they see fit. The problem of course is if a network has a government-backed monopoly then of course that is the problem right there.
I doubt Net Neutrality won't change much besides embolden the status quo duopoly. The article makes NN seem like the people's savior but it's not. Typical socialist rhetoric that misses the mark in failing to identify the real cause: a widespread lack of competition.