What’s Up Wednesdays: Is This the End?September 23rd, 2009 by Michael Kwan
Gary Ng runs the biggest iPhone blog in Canada and he recently reported on the elimination of the system access fee at Rogers Wireless. With the death of SAF, however, came the birth of GRRF. Standing for government regulatory recovery fee, the GRRF ranges from $2.58 to $3.46, depending on the region. Unfortunately, all GRRF-applicable plans are $5 more than their SAF-applicable counterparts.
Claudia and Sergio Olivos offer a very insightful article on betrayal and loving on. The process associated with betrayal is not unlike the one associated with grief, so how do you move on after you’ve been betrayed by your best friend? How can you put a proper end to that part of your life so that you can continue with a new beginning with all the other parts of your life?
Tyler Cruz is known in many circles as an expert affiliate marketer, but he actually got his start with content creation rather than in the conversion of affiliate offers. He’s looking to get back to his roots, but he’s not sure whether or not to merge two of his related websites. He has Movie Forums and Movie Vault. Should he keep them separate but equal? Should he end both of their current incarnations and start with a new combined creation?
John Bardinelli seems to have a soft spot for nostalgia, especially when it comes to video games. Retro is definitely appealing, so imagine his joy when he heard about a possible NBA Jam comeback. The classic over-the-top basketball game could be making a triumphant return via the Xbox Live Arcade and PlayStation Network, but you probably still won’t get Michael Jordan. Either way, he’s on fire!
Shawn Knight is a fellow tech review guy and blogger, though it seems that he doesn’t have as much time now as he did before. As such, he’s decided to publish his final blog post. Shawn will still be running this tech site full-time, but his personal blog is officially kaput. You can still keep up with Shawn via Facebook and Twitter, so it’s not like he’s becoming a hermit.
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