They’ve been testing this service for a while, and I have no idea if it’s been successful. But it’s interesting to see, in that T-Mo doesn’t have a landline business to protect (unlike AT&T and Verizon).
“P & G’s landlord has been hounding the 66-year-old tavern for a couple years news, and has set its get-out day for New Year’s Eve, 2008. Anyone who visits the place knows that the clock is ticking on one of Manhattan’s last great regular-bar bars.”—
Another neighborhood bar on the rocks? It seems that was the case (without my knowing it), but it may be saved. I, for one, don’t feel the need for another Baby Gap around here. (And I actually have a baby!)
“Microsoft Corp. today announced the acquisition of Navic Networks, a leading provider of television advertising solutions. Navic’s technologies include sophisticated campaign management tools that use relevant data to optimize the delivery and placement of targeted interactive television media and through Admira provide a unified ad network for targeting audiences across television advertising inventory.”—Microsoft Announces Acquisition of Navic Networks
“Huckabee suggested questions about whether he might join McCain on the ticket were premature. “You can’t accept an invitation to the prom until the football captain asks you. So I’m not going to go out and buy the outfit just yet,” said Huckabee, according to AFP.”—Huckabee: Demonizing Obama is a ‘fatal mistake’ « - CNN.com