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Kirby Smith

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18th April, 2004 at 18:50:15 -

wonk wonk

 
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18th April, 2004 at 18:53:13 -

God, what a bunch of Dykes. To think ppl thought Baby Spice or whatever was hot. HA! I say

 
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19th April, 2004 at 17:50:10 -

yeah.

those crazy fools.

*coughs*

 
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19th April, 2004 at 21:23:00 -

lol

 
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21st April, 2004 at 00:09:28 -

Dual-Channel ISDN(whatever that is...) is 128kbps.(~12kb/sec max) My Mom's office computer downloads 5.4kb/sec(INSANE 56k!). Both are slow though, so I'd define broadband as anything at or over 256kbps.

Pre-Broadband: 0 - 128kbps
Slow Broadband: 256 - 768kbps
Normal Broadband: 1.5 - 4mbps
Fast Broadband: 5 - 9mbps

In Canada though the slowest broadband ADSL connections are 1.5mbps(with options up to 4mbps). Cable connections vary greatly, from 512kbps to 6mbps.

 
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21st April, 2004 at 11:01:29 -

I think 512k adsl is the most common here in the UK. Thats what I have...

 
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29th April, 2004 at 18:44:01 -

You call all those speeds broadband? 100Mbs Pah that crawls along compared to my uni's ber connection of 1Gbs.

 
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29th April, 2004 at 20:54:38 -

i say broadband means non dial up, anything non aol related too, aol for broadband, whats the whole point?

 
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