Their key matrix is easily accessible by a ribbon cable and can be modified to use a custom USB keyboard controller. It's a wonderful thing.
Already covered by "rats, cockroaches and tardigrades".
Canada has its own constitution.
Also, it's the U of S College Quarter, the shiny new residences being built by the U of S on Cumberland Ave and 14th St.
Yeah, I read that after I posted my previous comment. Sounds like in Saskatoon they've started in Stonebridge and Varsity View. Too bad I don't live in either of those areas.
Almost enough to make me switch to Shaw
It's probably because Saskatchewan's other ISP has ONLY unlimited plans. SaskTel only goes as fast as 25/2 on DSL (unknown on fibre, apparently they're keeping that a secret but probably 200/10 or so) but it's unlimited so many people switched when Shaw started to charge overages..
Is that in the US? In Canada they either come unlocked (straight from Apple), or you can get the carrier to unlock them over the phone in 15 minutes.
A CD is an expensive DVD like thing that holds less data for more money. Why they are still used is a mystery to most Canadians.
The Conservative premier of Newfoundland and Labrador campaigned against the federal Conservatives. Just throwing that out there.
I have both a monarchy and a representative democracy. I believe the term you were looking for is "dictatorship".
My ISP is not a Bell reseller. Indeed, Bell is a reseller of the local DSL provider here.
Buy parts and assemble them, just like local computer shops that sell custom PCs do.
I don't have a data cap with SaskTel. There are some good carriers in this country, but you're right you do need to live in the right places.
And overhead? Firewire 400 is faster than USB 2, at 480.
The problem is registering them in Canada, not driving US registered cars here.