As does the Merlin fork if you're using that http://forums.smallnetbuilder....
I'm in a similar situation, max 8mb estimated with BT line, get a pretty consistent 100mb with Virgin.
I'm considering a VPN - AirVPN and VPNUK are a couple I've been recommended - AirVPN looks to have a control panel to setup port forwarding, which is nice for torrents. How do you find yours in terms of speed and ease of use?
"Opera Mini always uses Opera’s advanced server compression technology to compress web content before it gets to a device. The rendering engine is on Opera’s server."
On the Nokia website it states outright that "Compressed pages mean lower data charges" http://www.nokia.com/gb-en/products/phone/302/
The second URL should of course be http://promobay.org/
>>Therefore, we're proposing to end the voting component of the process in favor of a system that leads to more meaningful feedback and engagement.'
Therefore, we're proposing to end the voting component of the process in favour of a system that leads to us being able to get more cash
You mean Windows 8 SP1....?
Small correction - BT hasn't been owned by the UK government since 1984 and the government sold their last shares in the company nearly 20 years ago.
Apart from that I agree with you.
You probably mean Arthur C Clarke who many think 'invented' the geosynchronous satellite...or brought it into the public arena.
No idea if he smoked pot though.
According to Chris Chabris of the Centre for Collective Intelligence at MIT, a member of the Knack team, games have huge advantages over traditional recruitment tools, such as personality tests, which can easily be outwitted by an astute candidate.
Bain & Company, a consultancy, is to run a pilot: it will start by getting current staff to play the games, to see which skills make for a successful consultant. 'If someone can materially improve our ability to select the best talent, that is worth a lot to us,” says Mark Howorth, a recruiter at Bain. And if not, at least the process will be fun.'"
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To be fair, I didn’t make this observation first. My editor did. Then she asked me to “write” this article, which is terrific example of this conundrum: I haven’t written in the years since I’ve owned a computer. And as an editor, she checks my work to make sure I’ve “dotted every i and crossed every t,” but I haven’t done that either. She also “proofreads,” but she doesn’t read proofs. And then when she’s done, she can “CC” her editors, but she’s not actually sending “carbon copies.” Get it?
How many people actually remember what "Off the Air" actually meant?"
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Seems clear to me - as long as OpenDDR are making public any changes.
"All the information listed here has been collected by many different people from many different
countries. You are allowed to use WURFL in any of your applications, free or commercial. The only thing required is to make public any
modification to this file, following the original spirit and idea of the creators of this project."
The licence limits the number of processors in the licensed machine (Home and Home Premium) but there are no restrictions on memory.
Useful link in case you're interested : http://www.microsoft.com/About/Legal/EN/US/IntellectualProperty/UseTerms/Default.aspx
Just have the Slim Whitman records on standby.
The cease and desist was specifically in relation to the Google Apps part : http://androidandme.com/2009/09/hacks/cyanogenmod-in-trouble/