If you go back to post #1, it seems this has happened before. At least that is the impression I get when I read it.I have a Tower model that has bad ground loop him issue I need to solve. The houses fault, not the sub.
NPR did an interesting story on fiber networks. Some towns have built their own infrastructure and then lease access to providers. Capital costs are paid back in just years and the citizens get very fast internet for cheaper than what we pay here in the states. San Francisco is rumbling about doing this.
I have only Comcast or DSL in my area and the service is pretty bad with major slowdown every evening. It is expensive too. About what KC pays for Google fiber.
No need to exaggerate, $24 billion in REVENUE. $8 billion profit.http://www.extremetech.com/computing/175350-microsoft-delivers-record-revenue-profits-due-to-strong-xbox-windows-phone-and-commercial-sales
Movies are not forced into an aspect ratio by theaters, a choice is made and theaters adapt. Your argument is flawed in its premise.With 80 inch TVs commonly available, it would not surprise me to see more of this.