Re: Bad planning
I'd need evidence of "living" when it comes to the maybot.
284 posts • joined 24 Aug 2007
We had 2 clients still on Demon, had multiple emails from them telling us they were going to close the demon system, and offering us deals on FTTC packages.
Neither site is on an FTTC upgraded cab, and ended up with Voda telling us there's nothing we can do. Both sites are therefore on Zen now, who had no issues selling us an ADSL/ADSL2 based service.
Both my cars have DAB+ headunits. One is an upgraded system (and so needed an extra aerial). Both of them have more dead sports and drop outs on my daily travels than I get on FM in the cars in months.
Nothing like driving upto traffic lights, the radio dying, and sat there waiting... and only when you move off and get though the junction does the radio come back to life.
My other line, same ISP, shows the location of the end of the line. So does every other connection with that ISP.
Have no idea why the IP for this line only does this. I just laugh at it.
As for dynamic, nope, all of them are static allocations.
The IPv6 shows Ireland, but that is correct, as that's where my IPv6 does indeed come out.
Last time this came up, I was told I would need 2 ID cards, with different names and genders on them.. and that the system would be designed to handle a single person having 2 cards.
I thought that it rendered an ID system useless, and wonder if the same will happen with this version too....
Mine too, in a weird way: I worked in a small computer shop, and a regular came in with the walnut creek 1996 cd set and asked if we could install it for him.
I took it home with a compaq 485sx25, and I still have that CD set in a rack on the wall in my computer room. Stuck with it for many, many years.
Got to love the thumbs down - the only way I can get cash is at a bank counter, so it's actually really difficult to get cash to carry around, so unless you can get the bank multiple times a week, yes, for some of us cash is really hard to keep and use unless you feel like carrying a few hundred on you at all times.
It's still used in fridges.
There are 2 main kinds of fridge: Compressor and Heat Exchanger.
Domestic fridges are compressor based, but heat exchanger ones are still made. Mostly for camping. All you need is heat to make them work due to the way the refrigerant works. Ammonia works well at this.
You add heat on one side from a gas flame, or a 240V heater, or a 12V heater, and bingo, fridge works.
No real moving parts, so ideal for a small fridge.
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