25 Apr 2005 id   » (Journeyer)


I'm currently working a go client called Ladder [screenshot], probably a gnu go front-end.


Just got new adsl. Speed improved from 500B/sec (totonline) to 26kB/sec. A few conspiracy here, before upgrading my dial-up phone line which is now adsl can only connect to the net at 500B/sec even I bought internet package that isn't free totonline. But these days, I can connect with 5kB/sec, what a surprise. I wouldn't need adsl if I can connect at 5kB/sec. Did they manage something evilly wrong with my phone line to convince me to upgrade to adsl?


For those who didn't know, garma has been merging with √Čtoil√©.

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