On Mon, Mar 27, 2000 at 09:32:12PM +0100, John Gay wrote:
>> Drogheda. Unfortunately, I wasn't there if the bootable Debian business cards
> were available.
They weren't - I've haven't seen a package from Linuxcare yet. As the idea
seems to be to make next month's meeting a somewhat bigger (more national ?)
event I'll get back in touch and see if we can have them by then.
> As I'm changing jobs this week, I won't have any E-Mail address for a while. I
> still haven't bothered to set-up E-Mail at home yet: I'm still debating which
> ISP to go with. I currently use OceanFree, but there are several others I'm
> considering. My main questions are:
> Multiple E-Mail accounts.
> WEB space.
> Good connection.
Eircom allow you to have unlimited email accounts (by definition, I suppose,
a free ISP would have to) and 20M of web space. In the past the
busy/disconnection rates were crap, but I think they've got better lately.
(I'm a Surf No Limits user, considering my options now that they've hiked
Niall O Broin
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