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... Bently owners, or any number of high-tech yachts?
Sheesh, so much drivel.
+1... mod this up!
Oscar has poodle paws!
Or maybe paddle paws?
... will it look even better for me?
I'm with Fido in Canada. I have the 6GB/mo plan for $30, and no problems tethering whatsoever.
There are a growing number of private clinics in Canada. For those with the means, you cans stay AND pay if you choose.
If you have a data plan of 1 gig per month or better, tethering data comes out of your regular monthly allowance - no extra charge. I must say that this was a pleasant surprise. The fine print in the agreement is that Rogers / Fido may rethink the current arrangement in the new year after assessing the actual hit to the network that tethering may or may not incur.
As much as I like the Mac OS, I don't think I want a "lickable" ATM.
Doesn't roll off the tongue, but at least it has some meaning behind it.
but I was really hoping they would finally update the MacMini.
From the image description:
"Black spots have been discovered on Mars that are so dark that nothing inside can be seen. Quite possibly, the spots are entrances to deep underground caves capable of protecting Martian life, were it to exist."
And for fans of traditional units of measure, this cave entrance is about the size of a football field."
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