Is anything on the internet truly free?
January 9, 2007 10:55am CST
If over time it becomes a given that everyone and everywhere has broadband, price for basic access will no longer be the issue. As the broadband discussion moves onto content, the author looks at what content might be available and what we'd be likely to pay for
9 Jan 07
Hey man, never be deceived. Nothing , either on the net or elsewhere is ever free. Someone is actually paying for it somewhere directly or indirectly. Note this saying: "There is no free kunch in Britain. But if you press you way a bit harder, It might be subsidized". So nothing is free. You get them free because someone thought to get bebnefit by making it free for ya.