Ofcom hasn't slipped the dates on the UK's 4G auctions, at least not yet, but that's not stopped various media titles reporting that things are already going awry. The story popped up last week in Mobile Today, and was repeated in yesterday's Guardian, claiming that Ofcom had pushed publication of the auction details back to …
Don't know about you Bill...
...but in my calendar summer runs from the summer solstice on 21st June until the vernal equinox on 21st September. So summer, such as it is, is still with us for a couple more weeks....
I though Autumn started on or about 21st Sept, certainly nearer the equinox.
"glancing out of Vulture Towers I see nary a leaf has fallen and the sun is still shining. "
Lucky you, here in T'north (Derbyshire) the leaves started falling a fortnight ago, and it's cold, wet and windy.
Sitefinder is comedically bad, and not fit for purpose.
Sure, if you're in a city, it's sort-of-OK. You can zoom out to a level where you can probably see the tower serving you.
If you're in a more rural location - the process is more like find your location - now zoom out and find that the towers dissapear at a low zoom level, so you zoom out one level only, and do a manual scan around the area using the hideously clunky interface.
It took me around 20 minutes to find which tower was serving me.
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