Hehe. Also, you forgot to punctuate at the end of your last sentence.
And you haven't been spelling his name for a long time?
What if one travels a lot in USA? 911 does local ones. Can 411 go to 911?
I'd say use all of those technologies as long as they can work together and offer the broadband Internet services.
I am curious how many people watch the commercials. Is there a Nielsen (not Neilson!) for those?
I wished I could do OTA again in my new place, but the transmitters are blocked by small mountains/giant hills and trees.
Aren't there a lot of rules and laws to to make this difficult these days though?
"I'm not fat. I'm big boned."
Bah, none in my areas.
I used dial-up when my cable Internet went out. It was my backup Internet connection. I basically had the same symptoms you had where I lived in (not that rural though, but on small mountains/giant hills). Noisy copper phone lines (no DSL due to 20+K ft. to CO) causing my modems (even good brands) to struggle with error corrections (could see the external modem's EC(?) light blinking) and sometimes end up with disconnections. I could never get 53k (not 56k due to FCC rules) connections. My good average downloading of compressed files was only about 3 kB/sec.
Will it be a stand alone smartwatch that doesn't require a mobile phone? I want a smartwatch like the old school Casio DataBank Calculator (150/300) watches.
What about dial-up, WISP, satellite, etc. for Internet over there?
Thanks and interesting.
That is why you keep posting status updates.