In which I regale you with the story of a wholesale warehouse company’s crappy timing; me attempting to purchase, at most, three phones; ending up with orders for five; get passed around (and tell the same story) to around four people over the phone with Verizon and then again to two or three people at a Verizon store; and also receive a phone call from a disgruntled former provider.
THIS IS A LONG ONE. I’ve been reading up on IPv6, but haven’t had much of a chance to actually play with it. For the average user, once implemented, it’s supposed to be a seamless switch. I doubt that’s going to be the case. For the geek (particularly the network guru), it’s going to be a major change. Here’s what it is, and what I think about it …
My new place of employment provides some employees with cell phones. Currently, that phone is a Droid2. Here’s what I have to say about my experiences with mine.
Netflix and Sony finally got together and now you can “Watch Instantly” streaming movies on your Playstation 3. Far from a full review (as I haven’t watched anything all the way through except a 30 second “Bunny Short”), here are my hopes, expectations, and thoughts on the issue.
I had Bright House (BH) Networks in my old apartment in Temple Terrace, with an HD-DVR (see earlier blog posts about some of the things I encountered with it).
This blog posting serves as an example of how I can often repeat myself.
I hate sales calls. I’ve gotten a few from Sprint that have tested my patience. But only now has a sales call from a service I’m using caused me to drop that service.