30 posts • joined Thursday 29th November 2007 19:23 GMT
BT is all very well, but I picked up the DVDs from Tescos for under 7 quid in 2001...
the kids love 'em.
mating of the brunette: "good, that blond bitch has gone home"
@ AC (08:21 GMT)
.... it might be 3am in your part of the world, but it would have been 3pm in mine.....
down here in the arse end of the internet (NZ) we've always had data caps - either as described in the article for cable plans, or more commonly for DSL having your speed cut down to dialup speeds when you go over your cap.
I wouldn't have thought this would take off in a country that has almost unlimited choice and so customers will just change to a provider that still offers all-you-can-eat plans.
icon, cos it's obvious what the 5% are doing :D
eleven and a half grand?!?!?!?!?!?
When a hammerdrill + a bench vice = ~$100-150 (if that)
OK - might take slightly longer than a minute per drive, but at that price you could buy two, and hire two monkeys.... err.. I mean students to do it.
Not Paris, 'cos I wouldn't want to drill her, even for $11,500
People still use that bloated piece of crap?
The reason the R I Ass. A can 'track' you is when you get assigned an IP address it's time/date stamped in a log.... along with a bunch of other useful info.....
So they say at time/date blah, this IP address STOLE OUR MUSIC!!!! and then go to the ISP and see that at time that email@example.com was connected with that IP address...
I suppose you sit thru the ads on TV as well...... :rolleyes:
.... still a long way to go to beat VDI + a Wyse terminal
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