Not sure which was which.
Perhaps she was trying to wing it.... ok, I'll get my coat
22 posts • joined 21 May 2013
Agreed......I'd just like to point out that the damage is invariably carried out by that well known rat with a tail... the GREY squirrel. A definite Vermin
Unfortunately this is not the RED squirrel that is depicted in the picture associated with the article, which is a protected species. In fact, the Red Squirrel Trust http://rsst.org.uk are currently looking for additional assassins to *cough* manage *cough* the grey population.
In my day I had to test 2400 bps (V22bis) modems to test if they would run over international PSTN. (and sometimes they didn't)
For Leased Lines Codex 9600 was the de-facto standard (prior to V29 being adopted) all wire wrapped. Then BT sold the Ralcal-Milgo Modem 30B. The beige abortion
$Deity I miss those days
Re-hashed Clickbait. Nothing New, move on.
PS, while we are at it. Deafening silence from the other Non-Infrastructure companies. Sky, Voda and others want fibre, then build it yourselves chaps. You had as much chance at the BDUK money as BT did. I applaud GigaClear and others who have at least tackled something.
"‘It’s the wild colour scheme that freaks me out,’ said Zaphod, whose love affair with the ship had lasted almost three minutes into the flight. 'Every time you try and operate these weird black controls that are labeled in black on a black background, a little black light lights up in black to let you know you’ve done it.’"
Ok break BT / OR up into 2 separate companies.
Might be worth just looking at the existing arrangements first.
OR was set up in 2005 as an arms length BT company. In reality it meant that all Orders / Moves / Changes / Faults had to be placed through a common gateway. Every company must use the same Gateway. There is no BT backdoor despite what the conspiracy theorists might think. BT went overboard on compliance and all employees have to comply with the Undertakings in their various forms. Including talking about work in the pub.
The Financials are in large determined by OFCOM on the regulated charges that every company has to pay, including BT. There is NO VOLUME DISCOUNT.
Spilt from BT and OR may become an AT&T Subsidiary!!
Just be careful what you wish for.
I don't post regularly, but do read frequently, several times a day on PC and tablet and this has to be the worst design I have ever seen in a long time.
As others have said, too much white... That actually drains batteries faster, or didn't you know that?
Graphic at front of article.... WAY too big
Font seems to be thinner and less readable
Please, please, please revert back
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