Ah, yes, your technique would work rather well. I'm pleased to report, though, that of the first three pages of Google results for my alias, only the Slashdot link is about me. Obviously your results are far better still.
Right. At least the guy who was "Dr Bob, DC" had the decency to quit after the jig was up.
I'm not sure what you're arguing with me about; this all started with me coming up with a use for which 1Gbit is useful. You make it sound like I'm saying we should all stick with 5Mbps cable modems, when I'm saying exactly the opposite.
With 1Gbit upstream, your 750GB hard drive could be completely transferred in something like two hours.
You can actually back up all your stuff to another machine across the Internet in a reasonable amount of time.
You could rent a VPS with lots of data transfer, configure a VPN, and pipe everything through that.
I think it's 50/5. I'm on the 30/5 and I can't WAIT to get 1Gbit both ways!
So samzenpus has never seen The Sting, nor heard of Richard Feynman?
Pray tell, where do these corporations get their money?
Your solution to your credit card number being vulnerable to theft is to give away your bank account number instead? Brilliant!
IIRC, the first round or two of P3s also used the slot design. It was only the "flip chip" versions, I want to say starting with the 733MHz, that integrated the L2 cache on the die and went to Socket 370. This was the time period when the Celerons were often faster than the full-priced Pentiums: the Celerons had less L2 cache, but it was on the die in a Socket 370. Easily overclockable too. Put a couple of those in an Abit BP6 and you're really ahead of your time.
I don't see too many men (or women) complaining that only women can give birth.
Oh yes they do:
Tax avoidance IS the right thing to do and something to be proud of.