The Casual Look of Indifference
youngmanhattanite:

utnereader:

ilovecharts:

Thanks, Telecommunications Act of 1996!

This is always a good reminder. Independent Press forever!

And the savings are passed on to you!

The 1996 Act has no affect on this chart, the steepest decline was from 1983 to 1993.

youngmanhattanite:

utnereader:

ilovecharts:

Thanks, Telecommunications Act of 1996!

This is always a good reminder. Independent Press forever!

And the savings are passed on to you!

The 1996 Act has no affect on this chart, the steepest decline was from 1983 to 1993.

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    Independent Media #ftw. The Graph above is probably one...the biggest problems of our...
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    The 1996 Act has no affect on this chart, the steepest decline was from 1983 to 1993.
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    I enjoy ilovecharts genius comment. Clearly, the media has been getting consolidated for, oh say, twenty three years,...
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    Rafer sez: Ah, I understand the language problem now. Attention has certainly disaggregated, but media means money, and...
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    I’m not sure what you’re asking. Look at the chart. It ends in 2000. I am positing that since then, media has...
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    I agree 100%. In 2004-2005, Japanese researchers did a study across 7 ISPs, and they found 4% of the users were...
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    +1
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    Net neutrality is unfeasable for the mobile web. Provided NN remains on the WWW I don’t think it is a big deal. The...
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    Makes me wanna choke a bitch
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    i think this is primarily due to the ability of electronic media like cable television to distribute to a larger...
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