Date: Thu, 27 Jan 2000 03:24:01 -0500
Subject: Access for dslreports.com
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Few more months to year 13. Think I was lost at least once before it a database loss or inactivity. Forget which it seems like it happens so frequently(around the web).
Lurked around even longer than 2000 while waiting for some sort of broadband in my area. But finally signed up when the dual-titanic based Flashcom/Northpoint brought SDSL to my CO.