I completely agree. I had an unlimited plan for two years, and ended up going over 200 MB only twice. For some of that time, all AT&T had was an unlimited plan, so I don't beat myself up too much. Most people are best served with a 200-MB plan; few need 2 GB, and fewer still need unlimited. People are so worried about… » 3/17/12 11:35am 3/17/12 11:35am

What abt the fact that the device has to be powered during the sync? Isn't that a little annoying? Wifi sync gives me convenience of not plugging into my laptop but at the cost of powering it with a wall unit charger or the laptop itself. Seems a little counter-intuitive to me, unless I'm missing something. » 10/14/11 2:59pm 10/14/11 2:59pm

Have heard this before. It does make a good point. People somehow blame themselves less for poor inactions than poor actions. So, they stick to something even when the opportunity cost they're paying is too high. By quitting something when there's no clear path ahead, we might expose ourselves to good ideas for what we … » 10/05/11 5:46am 10/05/11 5:46am

I was always a fan of streaming. I couldn't afford the 3-DVDs at a time plan and was sick of waiting for my 1-DVD to arrive in the mail. I hope Netflix increases the availability of content on streaming. Right now, it's not that high. Everytime I think of a movie that I really like and wanna see, it winds up being on… » 9/19/11 12:37pm 9/19/11 12:37pm