View Poll Results: How do you normally connect to the internet?
Dial up 14 21.21%
Broadband (ADSL, cable etc) 45 68.18%
Office network 7 10.61%
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Old 04 January 2004, 16:33   #21
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So, why the feck didn't you hit the correct keys on the keyboard to produce the prose contained in paragraph 2??? Basics of communication - say what you mean and everyone can understand your point!
I do apologise!, I forgot who/what I was dealing with, in future I'll be sure to KEEP THINGS NICE AND CLEAR FOR YOU.

Anyway, you haven't got time to play on this thread, surely you must have some highly technical advise to give to a fellow blind person somewhere!
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Old 04 January 2004, 17:03   #22
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Thanks for the apology, but there's no need to shout.

Don't know what you mean about you reference to blind people. Perhaps you're still having trouble using the correct words. Or maybe someone's re-arranged all the keys on your keyboard and it's just co-incidence that it makes a coherent sentence.

Cheers for the time management advice. Perhaps you could manage my 2004 diary for me. Oh no, perhaps not - of course your communication skills are a bit limited!
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Old 04 January 2004, 17:30   #23
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Don't know what you mean about you reference to blind people.
Whoooooosh!
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Oh ha bloody ha!!

You're the blind one who didn't see that he was typing the names of three RIBnet members about three million posts ago in this thread!
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Oh dear! you still appear to be missing the joke.
Whooooooosh(again)
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Old 04 January 2004, 18:36   #26
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Wow

How do you do Big Letters?

By thw way is anybody really surprised that most people have got Broadband. I mean we are all tekkie types so we are gonna buy anything that's bigger better faster brighter waterproof or just shines nicely


By the way has anybody got a few comma's they can spare me
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Old 04 January 2004, 19:02   #27
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I am surprised but though not really as there are loads of us hanging on the forum and on the internet browsing on more than one site at a time, probably we are more likely to participate in the poll.
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Old 04 January 2004, 19:58   #28
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Im on NTL cable broadband. Its not a particularly fast one but it has all the advantages of broadband and costs the same as
dial up!!!!!!

My freeserve dial up was 12.99 a month. Then it was put up to 13.99 a month.
My NTL broadband was free to set up. No connection charge and free modem and im only paying 13.99 a month for it.
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Old 05 January 2004, 03:21   #29
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Don't know what you mean about you reference to blind people.
"Blind leading the blind" maybe? As in having been a rib owner for all of six months and already an expert!!
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Im on NTL cable broadband. Its not a particularly fast one but it has all the advantages of broadband and costs the same as
dial up!!!!!!

My freeserve dial up was 12.99 a month. Then it was put up to 13.99 a month.
My NTL broadband was free to set up. No connection charge and free modem and im only paying 13.99 a month for it.
What is the connection speed of NTL cable broadband?
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