I was in the south island last Christmas during the trial. I used the free WiFi in Havelock (a tiny town at the top of the south island), Queenstown, and Wanaka, and I wasn't really looking for them.
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The last time I had condensation on my beer I was sitting beside the pool at a resort in Samoa. 33 degrees Celsius, not a cloud in the sky, view like a postcard, and plenty more beer in the bar's fridge. The condensation didn't bother me all that much.
Years ago I did the Atkins diet, I lost 30kg in 3-4 months. I don't consider it a great long term option these days, but it works, though perhaps not for the reason Atkins thought it did. I'm vegetarian now partly thanks to the excessive meat I ate back then. I've tried all sorts of diets, no sugar, gluten free, low GI, etc, etc, most worked to at least some degree if I stuck to it. I think the rigor is more important than the diet you choose.
A good workout might burn say 500 calories. For most people it's far easier to cut that from their diet than to exercise every day.
What helps me is:
- Cutting down sugar 95% - this includes fruit juice, sauces, manufactured products, alcohol
- Cutting out gluten - I don't have ceilacs, but I find if I stop eating gluten I lose weight much more easily
- Accurately and honestly track what I eat and what I do. There are heaps of systems, myfitnesspal is the one I use
- Moderate exercise 3-4 times per week. I live in a hilly area, 30-40 minutes walking up and down those works for me. Even something as simple as a 15 minute walk at lunch time helps.
This is working for me, slowly but surely
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The permissions for the Llama app include:
- Read calendar events plus confidential information
- Add or modify calendar events and send email to guests without owners' knowledge
- Read your contacts
- Pair with Bluetooth devices
That seems to be excessive given the functionality of the app.
The issue is probably not interconnection and peering, it's probably provisioning for peak usage.
Take a neighborhood of 1000 houses. Ten years ago there may have been a few people download mp3s, someone downloading a movie, some people doing web and email, aggregated you probably would've gotten away with a 10Mbps connection, maybe less as the internet wasn't as widely used. These days during peak periods you could expect perhaps 100 people streaming HD Netflix to their TV, some downloading torrents, others browsing images, watching youtube videos, you have people on phones, tablets, smart TVs, devices doing updates, etc - that would probably require more like 1Gbps, 100 times more bandwidth than ten years ago.
Interconnection costs less, but you have to upgrade your huge number of expensive routers and various network equipment, upgrade your back-haul, provide local caches for youtube and netflix, etc, etc. Sure they're making increasing profits every year, but it's not like they're standing still.
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Naked broadband is available on Telstra Clear cable in New Zealand, see this page.
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This is a nice development, and i'm sure it'll help at least a little. I have a Tegra2 based tablet, the Asus Transformer, and according to my battery stats most of the power is used to run the screen and WiFi, rather than the CPU. More efficient screens and WiFi would make a far bigger difference than a low power core.
My battery stats are: Screen 32%, Tablet Idle 22%, Wifi 19%, Android OS 14%, everything else is below 10%.
I have a dozen IMAP email accounts for my various websites and contract roles. I need to check them regularly but keep the accounts and email separate. Thunderbird or any other email account lets me do this easily.
Forwarding email or using POP and taking email out of those accounts isn't an option.
I think you may have that backward. Supraaural headphones sit on your ears and push them against your head, which can be uncomfortable. Circumaural headphones sit around your ears without touching them, with any pressure on your head, and are generally a lot more comfortable. Take a look at this glossary.
Sound wise I prefer circumaural, and most high end headphones are circumaural, though some Grado has some nice supraaural headphones.
or make it look like a witch HUNT. Doh.
...put a sign in your front window or building lobby asking if anyone else is having the same problem, or uses electrical equipment only between those times. Make it a friendly note, with smiles, rainbows, and unicorns, so you don't offend anyone or make it look like a witch. As a bonus you get to know your neighbours.