Hacker News user ronaldh wrote on Wednesday that he was shocked to discover that the future is already looking pretty bleak for consumers.
The company that invented the internet said that the number of subscribers fell by more than half in 2017, and the number paid by consumers dropped by more then 40 percent.
That is a lot of people who didn’t watch anything online.
It is going to be really hard for them to get back into that ecosystem.
It’s very scary to see that so many people are watching something online.
I’m not sure how we’re going to recover.
The next big story, it seems, is that it’s not going to work.
I think we’ll see the next big wave of consumers who don’t want to be part of that ecosystem, or who are not interested in the ecosystem at all.
And so, I think that we’re in a very big place, and we’re probably not going anywhere.
It’s just a matter of when and how.
So, that is a pretty scary prediction, and I’m still hopeful that we can recover some of those customers.
That was really shocking to me.
I think it is very important that we try to do things that we think are good for consumers, because I think there is a way to do it that will help us recover some people and help us keep going.
I just think it’s going to take a lot more time than just trying to get those people back online, but I think it would be good to do that and I think, in the long run, it would probably be a good thing.