7 posts • joined 7 Aug 2011
Re: "based on an interoperable open standard"
You need to visit a third tier city like Bristol. The buses are extraordinarily expensive and unreliable. The urban rail north of the river is a dream but doesn't really go to the right places.
The thought of having a town/city wide smart card for public transport for many of the UK's inhabitants is a wild dream, and the thought of it working interoperably in other cities country wide is some sort of utopian day dream.
End of the first paragraph. Could be a typo, could be my ignorance.
Have you been to the west country?
My bristolian colleagues often construct sentences like "my dad bought I an Interface 2"
BS6/BS7 Iis deepest darkest student land so no wonder things get so slow in the evening.
aren't they 3 for a tenner still?
If it's any consolation the BT HomeHub is equally awful. Blocks almost every application using uPNP and opening ports makes no difference.
Quickly plugged in my linksys WRT 54G running dd-wrt and i have has no problems since.
Roland Edirol UA25
Have to say that i have the Roland Edirol UA25 and use it with logic and a macbook pro and i wouldn't rate it. All sorts of problems including output clipping when i have my mac volume at maximum (no matter how much i turn down the device in audio/midi settings). The headphone output doesn't work either.
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