Having connected my Landline, 20 days from asking and 11 days from needing it, I have just received a letter from BT telling me how easy it is to connect to broadband. It doesn’t seem that way from here.
Len Duvall reminded us all to ensure we are registered, so I dug up my letter and found I had already certified the entry; I think this is the 5th time the council have written to me. Each time stating I must reply! It’s the new strategy; boring people off the electoral roll.
I finished the defence of Crossroad’s Keep last night in #nwn2, I came across the bug about the monster spawn, and found its workaround.
Wondering about the Ubuntu Phone, which is reviewed here. IMO the killer driver for adoption will be privacy, but only if you can get off gmail/google or hotmail. The second question is the app store which in theory should be quite powerful, and the third is network backups. It seems an attractive idea, but I wonder how much the NSP’s will muck it up.
How do you change fonts in sticky notes for windows? Micorsoft say Not Supported, and Superuser.com says to use the registry editor.
Living Wills regulation has promoted the design of corporate merger/demerger in the IT requirements hierarchy of needs.
BT want to lock me in for 18 months, despite years of customer loyalty and provisioning a worse service to the new address. How do they justify that to Ofcom?