13 posts • joined 22 Oct 2008
I've been with them since soon after they opened too. I remember the special CD for dial-up (not internet) banking.
They've been great during all that time. Recommended.
Also have no idea about who does the IT, but I've yet to hear them say "sorry, sir, the system's down" when I call them. And they call me before charging me if I've made a right cockup of my account and there's not enough cash in there for a DD,
Re: Anyone else...
Yup, also isn't "Geodesy" specific to the rock we're currently on? I know Geology becomes Selenology when applied to the moon, so Mardesy perhaps?
Re: Hot swapping batteries
Just install a petrol-powered generator at the petrol station...
Re: Re: Re: HOW?
Exactly! My email address is firstname.lastname@example.org (for non-x values of x, obviously), and it seems half the website contact forms out there won't accept it.
They do, of course, accept email@example.com, and I put my real address in the comment. Or just boycott them for reasons of technical ineptitude.
They appear to be using an admin user to access the database on that website:
SQLSTATE  User admin_matthew already has more than 'max_user_connections' active connections
They also lock you into a 20-year (IIRC) contract, which will make it harder to sell your house if you intend to move during that time.
"However with the skill and degree of resources involved it could only have been a nation state."
I would suggest it could only have been anything but.
death, not that big of a deal. Sent from my iPhone.
RIP Steve, you mercurial visionary.
was doing this sort of thing YEARS ago
And if you google for "chrome web store"...
...this message serves as the summary in the search results:
"Sorry, we don't support your browser just yet. You'll need Google Chrome to install apps, extensions and themes.Download Google Chrome."
Guess they didn't add their spider to the list of supported browsers...
I love ads
Well, I hardly ever see them (various FF plugins), but if I do have to see the buggers I'd rather they were about things that interest me rather than cialis and that ilk.
Sometimes maybe I would actually be interested in a new canoe paddle, if it's a good deal at the right price :)
Just not as we know it, Jim.
Keep it up!
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