What about foolscape?
Foolscap + escape
Not that I think it’s a fools errand
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It just seems to be the Sky supplies ones.
My old man had connection problems with Sky, when I replaced his Sky supplied DG834s with one purchased from Amazon the problems went away and the conenction seems to be faster.
I guess Sky has poked about inside the router and stuffed it up.
I confess I'm an orange broadband customer (I feel slightly grubby now).
Where I live I can only get 2mb broadband and because I have an orange phone (Which I’m happy with) I get their 2mb broadband free.
To be honest if I was paying for it I would be looking to change. The broadband customer service is terrible, it's an Indian call centre and I always have language issues (I have a Northern Irish accent), granted their English isn't bad but I usually phone up with technical question. I find this a bit odd, I have never had any issues with mobile customer service, they are always very helpful and have always resolved my problems satisfactorily which is why I have stayed with them for a number of years.
Maybe the reason they are having trouble linking mobile and broadband services is because when dealing with them it feels like two different companies.
I had the same issue but i discovered a program which would convert it ->http://www.goldwave.com/
In the end I gave up as well, I had a subscription which gave me 2 downloads a month (or something) but after 3-4 months of downloading nothing I discovered they didn't roll over.
I really like the idea but it needs to be simpler for us non Ipoders
With greater capacity of portable devices people are more inclined to store stuff other than music or videos on these devices. I have a 30GB player which is about half full. I regulary use it to transfer data about but usually don't leave any on it for any period of time.
If there were 1TB devices, how many people would use it as a quick backup device.
That can't be good.
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