The Great Exchange
pozar at lns.com
Fri May 29 15:00:23 UTC 1998
Perry E. Metzger wrote:
> Michael Shields writes:
> > Despite preductions, very few resources have ever actually become "too
> > cheap to meter".
I assume you are refering to over the air broadcast service. You pay for
every kilowatt and employee salary by buying the products that advertise
on the station. Billions of dollars go into the pockets of TV/Radio stations,
advertising agencies, and power companies and it comes out of the profits
of soda companies, pimple cream and car dealerships.
There is no free lunch.
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