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Gov Chris Christie signs controversial bill to raise health and pension costs for 500K public workers
Proponents say action will save taxpayers $123. 1 billion over 30 years Gov. Chris Christie on Tuesday signed legislation that will make 500,000 state and local government employees pay more for their health and pension benefits while saving New Jersey taxpayers of over $120 billion over the next 30 years, and an additional $3.1 billion over the next 10 years from health benefits change. The signing was described by proponents of the controversial legislation as marking the end of months of hard work, negotiation, compromise and ultimately bipartisan support. Looking over Christie’s shoulder as he signed was Senate President Stephen M. Sweeney (D-Gloucester) who joined with the Republican governor in developing the bipartisan legislation and in doing so garnered the wrath of public employee unions who have vowed to oppose the re-election in November of any Democratic legislator who supported the bill.
Super Mario 3 Stop-Motion Video Made From LEGOS!
I originally found this through WIRED's Game|Life blog by Chris Kohler: http://blog.wired.com/games/2006/12/stopmotion_lego.html#comments. Chris writes, "Reader Jaime Wells sends along some stop-motion recreations of video games made with Lego blocks. I think I may have linked the Donkey Kong animation here before, but I'd never seen Metroid."
Star Wars meets Ted Kennedy
Holy Obi-Wan Kenobi! “Star Wars” actress Carrie Fisher claims the late Sen. Ted Kennedy (D-Mass.) asked her some pretty frank questions while dining out with the star and former Sen. Chris Dodd (D-Conn.). According to published excerpts from Fisher’s new book, “Shockaholic,” the entertainer, best known for her role as Princess Leia, was fresh out of her first stint in rehab and on a date with a then single Dodd back in 1985. Kennedy joined the pair at dinner in D.C..
William Tong Reports Impressive Fundraising Haul In Connecticut Senate Race
As second quarter campaign fundraising numbers pour in from around the country Connecticut State Representative and Senate candidate William Tong is making a huge splash with his impressive second quarter haul. Competing with Representative Chris Murphy (D-CT) and former Secretary of the State Susan Bysiewicz, Tong drew in $550,000 before the June 30th deadline.
Chris Hedges: No way in US system to vote against banks
Between Occupy Wall Street, in New York, and the other cities it's spread to, as well as the October 2011 movement that just began here in D.C, something seems to be happening in this country. Earlier at Freedom Plaza Chris Hedges, Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter and author, tells us what this could lead to.
Does the GOP Want Primary Debates or Fan Club Meetings
Disgraced former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, for example, proclaimed yesterday that he would refuse to participate if Keith Olbermann or Chris Matthews were asking questions of candidates. “I’d be glad to do it at the Reagan library but without the kind of Mickey Mouse questions asked by hostile news media,”
Chris Dodd (D-Conn.) Thinks Anti-SOPA/PIPA Websites Are Abusing Their Power
Pitiful. If you’re like me, you hoped that you wouldn’t be hearing anything more from allegedly corrupt former Senator Chris Dodd (D-Conn.) after he decided in 2010 not to seek a sixth Senate term. Unfortunately those hopes were dashed when the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) decided it just couldn’t pass up the opportunity to hire somebody who allegedly knows exactly what it takes to buy a senator.
Photo Story: 'Two and a Half Men' - starring LBJ, D-Wade, and Chris Bosh
LeBron James and Dwyane Wade were not going to stand for Chris Bosh's ineptitude and pansy-ass defense after last night's Heat loss to the Chicago Bulls. They got on him immediately after the game was over, as seen in our newest photo story.
Net Neutrality: 7 Worst Case Scenarios
Many consumer advocacy groups, web companies and startups are ranting about the perils of losing net neutrality. Net neutrality, they say, is what made the Internet what it is today by giving small companies the opportunity to become big companies, and it rightly puts the user in full control of what he views on the Internet.Huge telecommunication companies like Verizon, and cable providers like Time Warner, however, could potentially profit a good deal from charging websites like YouTube for priority treatment and faster loading times. They argue that prioritization is necessary for a functional internet and that regulated net neutrality will stunt innovation. Thus the battle between the two groups has commenced.A federal court decided in April that the FCC lacked the authority to impose net neutrality. The FCC fought back in May by deciding to reclassify broadband transmission as a regulable telecommunications service. Verizon and Google spurred additional controversy this month by releasing a joint proposal for a legal regulatory framework.Both sides - those opposed to FCC regulation of net neutrality and those who think its necessary - proclaim that their defeat would be Armageddon. But should we really be this worked up about this? The following are the worst-case scenarios that might emerge from how the conflict could pan out.1. Government Regulation Makes the Internet More Like TVWhen the FCC starts regulating an industry, it has a tendency to continue to add regulations. Some fear that if the FCC starts enforcing net neutrality it would open the door for the FCC to decide what is appropriate content for the web.The government already attempts to determine whats appropriate for you to so see, like R-rated movies during prime time, says Dave Farber, a former chief technologist for the FCC and a professor of computer science and public policy at Carnegie Mellon University. You could see a future FCC doing the same thing with the Internet.2. Provider Discrimination Makes the Internet More Like TVIf the FCC doesnt regulate net neutrality, theres still a chance that the Internet will increasingly end up functioning like television. The fear is that if priority access becomes available, only giant companies will be able to purchase it. Whereas now consumers have infinite choices of Internet content that loads the same way, there will be limited sites available that will enjoy superior access.It could be like cable: A company delivering mediocre content and ads to your home for an inflated fee, says Chris Riley, a policy council at a public advocacy organization that promotes net neutrality called Free Press.Art Brodsky, the communications manager for consumer advocacy group Public Knowledge, says that this sort of content restriction would most likely take the form of a select channel section of the Internet. I dont know if they would prevent anybody from surfing, he says. But they could do it the opposite way and say, here are the best things.3. Government Regulation Stunts InnovationA technological detail that many miss in the net neutrality debate is that some web services require differential treatment in order to be functional. Faber, who says he switches between defending and attacking net neutrality based on his mood and the definition in use, points out that innovations like voice over IP would be useless if there were no way of prioritizing that traffic.Wireless, too, has different technological hurdles than broadband Internet that a strict net neutrality policy might make impossible to clear. Opening up the ability to purchase better access times would pave the way for innovations that require superior bandwidth, like high-definition or 3D video. Restrictions on net neutrality, however, could cut off these potentially profitable new innovations.We want the broadband infrastructure to be a platform for innovation, argued Verizon and Google in their joint blog post. Therefore, our proposal would allow broadband providers to offer additional, differentiated online services It is too soon to predict how these new services will develop, but examples might include health care monitoring, the smart grid, advanced educational services, or new entertainment and gaming options.4. An Unfair Playing Field Stunts InnovationGiving priority treatment to companies that can pay fees also raises some concerns about fair play.It freezes out the potential for the next innovators and puts the smaller guys at a disadvantage, Brodsky says. And as we know, its the smaller guys who made the Internet what it is today. And they had a chance to grow into big guys because the Internet is an open place.Instead of becoming the next Google, the fear is that the next Google will instead have to pitch their idea to Google itself. Startups wont be able to afford the fast-lane fee themselves.5. Consumers Pay to Access Internet ContentAs with cable TV, its possible that some of the cost to put websites on the Internets fast lane will be passed on to the consumer.Suppose someone set up a system where, if only I paid a certain amount of money would my IP address get through a sort of cable-ization of the net, Brodsky says. The worst case scenario is that if you want to go to ESPN, it will cost you so much.Faber thinks its more likely that the fees would be passed on to consumers in the form of a micro-increase in the prices of advertisers products. For instance, the price of a bottle of Coke might go up a cent because the websites that Coke advertises on are paying a fee for priority treatment.6. Wireless Networks Overload, the Internet Slows DownVerizon and Google included a phrase in their proposal that allows service providers to engage in a reasonable network management. This would include the power to reduce or mitigate the effects of congestion on its network.Which begs the question: What would happen if the FCC created regulations that banned service providers from mitigating these effects? Would the Internet overload?Well, actually yes, according to some. Steve Largent, the president and CEO of CTIA, the trade association of the wireless communications industry, argues in an editorial for USA Today that the wireless Internet has a finite amount of spectrum that needs to be managed.7. Super Mergers Control the WorldSome fear that without net neutrality, an Internet provider would be able to merge with a media company and make its own content the fastest to access, leaving the consumer with a choice between a long download or viewing that companys content. Some fear that it could get even worse than a collaboration between provider and media company.It might not be Comcast and NBC. It might be Microsoft, Comcast, and NBC, Riley says. Theyd control the software, theyd control the content, and theyd control the pipeline that delivers that content to you.Others, like Faber, argue that a super merger would violate existing Federal Trade Commission regulations and anti-trust laws. Also, aligning with one media company wouldnt be the most profitable route.I just dont understand the economic motive to do it that way, Faber says. If theres any competition at all, thats not going to work.Faber says he has no problem with some companies buying priority treatment from Internet providers as long as all companies have the opportunity buy equal access. As long as everyone can have it, he says, its fair and far preferable to government regulation.Now that youve read the worst that can happen, what do you think? Will any of these become reality? Is the future rosie? Tell us in the comments below.More Tech Resources from Mashable: - HOW TO: Self-Publish Anything Online - 5 Innovative Tech Camps for Kids and Teens - 10 Great Behind-the-Scenes Glimpses of Google [VIDEOS] - 10 Fun Microsoft Facts You Might Not Know - Can Robots Run the News?Images courtesy of iStockphoto, CostinT, Camrocker, subju, titaniumdoughnut.Reviews: Google, Internet, YouTube, iStockphotoMore About: Art Brodsky, Chris Riley, Free Press, Google, net neutrality, public knowledge, time warner cable, verizonFor more Tech coverage:Follow Mashable Tech on TwitterBecome a Fan on FacebookSubscribe to the Tech channelDownload our free apps for iPhone and iPad
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Chris Nolan reveals new Batman movie title, super villain remains a mystery.
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