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Re: "A Modest Proposal" - was [Re: flash? [OT]]

On Tuesday 15 March 2016 10:35:12 Richard Owlett wrote:
> On 3/15/2016 3:57 AM, Lisi Reisz wrote:
> [snip]
> > The BBC isn't going to take a blind bit of notice if Brian and I don't
> > watch Happy Valley.  It really isn't going to care.  It has its licence
> > money.
> >
> > Even Channel 4, which relies on advertising for its revenue, is totally
> > indifferent to the fact that Linux users can't watch it on a computer. 
> > Well, Brian probably can.   But he hasn't let the rest of us into the
> > secret. [snip]
> Have any that think flash is inferior actually written a polite
> letter {preferably the snail mail variety] to a senior executive
> (President, CEO, COO, etc) of the content provider?

And in the context of my posting "the content provider" would be?  

Do you really think that no-one, out of 60,000,000 potential users, a few of 
whom use Linux, has thought of asking???  But tell me who you think the 
content provider is, and I'll try again.  I admittedly used electronic means.  
The BBC has improved things.  At least we can now get it.  (As opposed to not 
getting it at all.)


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