In-reply-to > The Feds Are Investigating a YouTuber Accused of Crashing a Plane For Views A YouTuber and former Olympic snowboarder has been accused of crashing his plane on purpose for clicks, and the FAA has opened an investigation to get to the bottom of the growing mess. The Drive reports: Trevor Jacob has been the subject of online criticism after posting a YouTube video where he parachuted from a Taylorcraf ... ⌘ Read more

@fastidious, I am sure profit—or the search for it—was involved. Most likely that pilot was a Ferengi in disguise. We are known to visit lesser planets seeking to exploit. Sometimes it works out, sometimes it doesn’t. Hoping my fellow Ferengi fares well or, at the very least, lets me know where his Latinum is.


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In-reply-to > The Feds Are Investigating a YouTuber Accused of Crashing a Plane For Views A YouTuber and former Olympic snowboarder has been accused of crashing his plane on purpose for clicks, and the FAA has opened an investigation to get to the bottom of the growing mess. The Drive reports: Trevor Jacob has been the subject of online criticism after posting a YouTube video where he parachuted from a Taylorcraf ... ⌘ Read more

So, allegedly this guy purposely crashed his airplane (a single engine, Cessna like one) while recording it, just get clicks on YouTube, and arguably monetise from it. If true—which is still unproven, but under investigation—ain’t that stupid?


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In-reply-to > AT&T and Verizon Now Rolling Out C-Band 5G Spectrum Following weeks of delays due to concerns from the aviation industry, Verizon and AT&T were today able to begin deploying C-Band 5G spectrum to improve the availability of 5G connectivity for users across the United States.

AT&T and Verizon—and I assume, T-Mobile too—are finally rolling out the C-Band on the 5G spectrum, which was delayed over aviation worries that would interfere with airplanes’ instruments. Yet, EU has roll it out (or is in the process of doing it) without a hitch.

How is Australia doing on 5G? Is it going to be rolled out, or is it already in use? I know I can search for it, but would rather hear it from someone living Down Under. ☺️


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In-reply-to > Google requiring all ‘G Suite legacy free edition’ users to start paying for Workspace this year In 2020, G Suite became Google Workspace as part of a mass reorganization of the company’s apps for the “future of work.” Various plans were migrated over, and Google is now finally getting rid of the G Suite legacy free edition. “Google Apps” for businesses and schools were introduced 16 years ago and was discontinued in 2012. However, the c ... ⌘ Read more

This OSNews article is an interesting take on the whole Google “legacy” Apps forced migration to Google Workspace and “forced to pay” saga that’s currently circling 👌around.


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In-reply-to > Google Requiring All 'G Suite Legacy Free Edition' Users To Start Paying for Workspace this Year An anonymous reader shares a report: In 2020, G Suite became Google Workspace as part of a mass reorganization of the company's apps for the "future of work." Various plans were migrated over, and Google is now finally getting rid of the G Suite legacy free edition. "Google Apps" for bu ... ⌘ Read more

@kt84 look at it this way, if it doesn’t suit you well, and you encounter problems, you will have support right there, 24/7 to solve them, otherwise there is a couch where support can sleep. 😂


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In-reply-to > Google Requiring All 'G Suite Legacy Free Edition' Users To Start Paying for Workspace this Year An anonymous reader shares a report: In 2020, G Suite became Google Workspace as part of a mass reorganization of the company's apps for the "future of work." Various plans were migrated over, and Google is now finally getting rid of the G Suite legacy free edition. "Google Apps" for bu ... ⌘ Read more

@prologic as long as it is user friendly. not all the users have computer science degrees.. 🤪


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