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Davesnothere
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Re: Globe & Other 2011-44 (UBB) articles

 
Not much to report right now.

It's almost summertime.

UBB is still alive and well in most Canadian incumbent ISPs' retail packages.

New Indie ISP service offerings thru more of the CABLE providers such as Cogeco, by companies such as START Communcations, have widened the choices for Ontario consumers, in regard to avoiding unfair rates of UBB and tiny monthly usage caps, as well as letting more of us escape the clutches of some of the other ridiculous policies and fees which Bell is still allowed to shove down our throats using the DSL Indie ISPs' arms.

DSLR has recovered from their data centre failure and has implemented a new foolproof backup regimen.

JF is still taking his long bike ride in the snow, regarding posting here....

Another Jean has become the new CRTC chairperson.

FaceBORK's IPO has fizzled, but they are still able to afford StarBucks - the COMPANY - not just the coffee.

Bell is considering buying RIM. - And why not ? - they own someone in almost every other rung of the ladder.


Davesnothere
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Canada is now 145 years old !

Many BBQ's are a-cookin', and our Ontario heatwave has beaten back most of the mosquitoes.

JF is tweeting up a storm, but is still MIA from here.

RIM is considering changing its name to GRIM, to match its outlook.

GOUGEco just raised some of their rates this month, good capitalists that they still are.

'The Stones' turned 50 this week.

Today's high in Ottawa has been projected last night by CBC to be 35c.

It must be Miller Time.

Cheers, everyone !

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We have only 2 things about which to worry :
(1) That things may never get back to normal
(2) That they already HAVE !
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