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Now as we thoughtful towards the end of the -- science and technology editor Jeremy Kaplan Jeremy good day to it's a while since that senior lovely to have you back it's great to be.
The shuffle speaking of hurdling yes -- gets respect -- -- doing what is it doing right now.
-- to -- -- we're in the middle of one of the of the only space walk on the mission which has been so we're going as -- as could be conceived.
They have taken off a -- from the exterior of the show of the International Space Station and replaced it this was the main objective this whole of the whole mission.
And I wanted to highlight that this is going on because frankly.
Walking in outer space is one of the most amazing things that would devalue its human beings and -- the last time we're going to be able to save for a little while.
So -- I you know as a as a as a science.
Enthusiasts rather than geek hopefully.
Desperately sad to see this is little the -- shuttle mission ever.
It is tragic is wrapping up a great thing but also -- -- that.
What we've all been saying how terrible this is that that this is ending and that we really don't have a great replacement.
Something specific and concrete enclaves there has been a great number of advances towards moving us toward -- replacement model whatever that might be.
For example there's going to be a big event later on this week marking SpaceX.
Which is one of the company's it's going to be creating.
Hopefully will be creating.
Commercial rockets replace the station often.
And if you ask me you know I'm not a rocket science I don't know but based on what have been reading from these guys.
We are moving along at break -- speed towards doing something successful and I feel like they might have something within the next year to.
So it's not going to be we'd love to -- so the that's that you know they have to get it certified for humans that could take -- ages it might be as much as 56 years we don't know.
It just -- that there are a lot of advances and people are really working very hard for me or not I let's get quickly up before we go to your latest article of foxnews.com.
On the free -- what on earth does this all about free stuff we'll love free stuff -- that's just the justice freestyle as wonderful free music free apps free storage online all of that is great.
However the issue is.
It's -- for consumers is a great for businesses.
The big business model lately has been premium.
Let me give you an example -- The music industry we have pandora a gigantic -- have you tried pandora I have tried pandora like pandora it's wonderful online streaming and and if you want just a simple account.
It's free and this is the -- -- -- we give you a taste -- something free.
After forty hours -- think he's -- and pay a 36 dollars a month for complete access to free music.
In theory that works in reality there are vast numbers of services online in many spaces it's becoming very hard for businesses to actually convince people -- think he should come back.
And by the full service so we have online store is another good example you've -- -- -- drive you've got.
Drop box there are a vast number of these things to gigs or three gigs for free if you want ten gigs a hundred -- whatever it is -- However.
Who is paying anyway no listening -- these things this is the real challenge that nobody's making any money anyway.
Exactly this is.
The problem and that's -- challenge for businesses to work out how to.
Monetize and if you think how do you monetize free at all today.
With it but it's great for -- it's not psyched yes -- you know these.
All right Jeremy Kaplan science and technology -- Germany's article on premium.
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