> Now you're thinking.. With CBs we could even get 1200 baud transmission!
> woo! Hmm.. where's Ski to add to this conversation?
>Donncha goes RTTY! Unfortunately it's unworkable though, you can't use the
CB band. Still though, there's plenty of other channels out there if you're
willing to suffer the wrath of the hams when you get it wrong. :)
> True, true. In a night club it cost me 4 quid for half a pint of beer! I
> won't scare you with the price of other drink!
>I know, it's disgraceful. My ould fella has a small house - they cost next
to nothing - up in the north of Sweden, and he's always trying to get me to
go up there. There isn't a hope of it unless I'm towing a trailer filled
with booze though!
> But I tested the connection from the appartment I was staying in, and
> got 55k/s from ftp.esat.net :) It's a cable connection but there's not
> many people in their block using it!
>Anything is better than Ireland. Apparently Portugal have overtaken us now,
so we're officially the most backward country in Europe when it comes to
broadband and competition in the telco market. There's something for Eircom
to be proud of, huh? "ECommerce hub" my arse.
> Still, going back in August methinks. Most enjoyable place to visit!
>I was going to Vegas in July until one of my friends invited me to be best
man at his wedding in Spain. Bastard! *sob*
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