People who don't follow tech wouldn't know about the benefits of having gigabit and won't subscribe. That's why people here feel Google should concentrate on tech-savvy locations. People complain about a $5 difference. So people who are ignorant will ask "Why should I spend $70/month when my current habits are satisfied with my $65/month package?"
According to the author it seems Ms. Richards has a history of doing this kind of thing "I emailed SendGrid via friends who worked there to inform them of the pattern: when Adria is offended, she doesn't work within the community to resolve the problem..."
I can imagine why Sendgrid fired her. If someone were to not work within a system like an adult you basically would want to limit any potential liability by not dealing with those types of people. People who interact with Ms. Richards on a regular basis need to be careful about what they say around her or potentially incur her wrath.
Appropriate reply based on user name. I see what you did there.
I can't remember what brand but I think it was 3M. I had an old roll of electrical tape and it was old enough that the vinyl separated from the adhesive when I attempted to use it. Maybe it wasn't the model you recommended. I gave up after trying to unroll around a foot trying to find if the adhesive would fix itself.
I appreciate the time you've spent explaining all these alternatives. As for wrapping in 2 directions, this YouTube video shows how to protect a splice using 3M products. They recommend 4 layers of half-lapping to protect the mastic tape.
That's interesting about the Panduit product. Are you referring to this?
and this is Coax Seal?
I just looked at my NID installation and just noticed the riser cable is actually exposed outside of the house for around 1 foot before entering the building. The seal used is some sort of paintable silicone. So I need to get some of these products or some sort of UV-stable tubing to protect the homerun. Do you have any experience with Tygon R-3400 tubing? http://www.usplastic.com/catalog/item.aspx?itemid=23409&catid=864
Thanks for all the info!
What's wrong with caulk? Siliconized caulk works for me.
I do admit if the jacket has been compromised it would be a problem only I don't have any experience with damage like the OP talked about. Why would service entrance cables last many years without significant trouble? I'm also curious if black performs better, why is direct bury and UV resistant PVC conduit gray?
Get with the program. Executives can't get funding for their bonuses if the company is going to spend money on actual infrastructure.
There was this article that stated that AT&T's infrastructure expenditure has been flat for the past few years while rates have risen. I suppose running on one DHCP server is one way to save money.
Then they installed it incorrectly. If you create a drip loop and caulk the cable entering the building where it should point downward, this should keep water out.
I've been told by techs that U-verse needs a homerun to the modem and if you have any daisy-chained/star configuration it is asking for trouble. The other is a twisted pair--no four-strand or ribbon wiring--is highly recommended to get a good signal.
It's probably because there is true competition in your country and whatever ISP that will impose data caps will have all their customers flock to other competitors thereby making them go out of business. The US has no true competition so people are stuck with telecom and cable for the most part.
It's been a while but I used an addon called Add to Search Bar and I think I just right click on the search field while I was at https://encrypted.google.com/ then it gave an option for me to add this field to the search engines. It doesn't provide real time suggestions but I don't care about that.
Antec's support is great, too. I didn't have a 3.5" drive bracket for a case I purchased from my friend. I emailed them about how I may purchase one and support basically told me to go down to their office and they'll give me the part for free. They also threw in a bunch of rails, extra screws, grommets, and other brackets.
Guess what brand of case I will buy next?
No: "Unlimited data with 4G speeds for the first 250MB" What's unlimited about that?