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  # 374516 30-Aug-2010 20:35
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boredsilly: You do realise 12pm is midnight not noon.

No it isn't...

12AM is midnight.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Midnight#Start_and_end_of_day




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  # 374517 30-Aug-2010 20:36
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raab: I can't describe in words how little I care.?


Try a picture?




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  # 374525 30-Aug-2010 20:41
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That would imply I cared enough to find a picture to show how little I care

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  # 374526 30-Aug-2010 20:42
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Why people don't just say 0:00 hours is beyond me. 24 hour time isn't that hard, and it saves this type of confusion.




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  # 374761 31-Aug-2010 11:08
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Detruire:
boredsilly: You do realise 12pm is midnight not noon.

No it isn't...

12AM is midnight.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Midnight#Start_and_end_of_day


Thanks, I read the opposite in yahoo answers without researching any further ... Interesting article.

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  # 374774 31-Aug-2010 11:18
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boredsilly: Thanks, I read the opposite in yahoo answers without?researching any further ... Interesting article.

It's as if people on that site choose answers based upon what they want to hear, not what the truth is. :P




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  # 374926 31-Aug-2010 15:11
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Kind of sad that we have got to the stage that one has to google what 12am / 12pm means.

Anyway is there still issues with Pro, I'm thinking of switching to Pro next billing cycle.

 
 
 
 


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  # 375030 31-Aug-2010 17:56
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well at the moment its back to normal but who knows how long that will last, but it may just be Wanaka people are saying its a bottle neck but i have never seen it this bad

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  # 375103 31-Aug-2010 21:35
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Yikes, just switched back to Telecom broadband and phone after about 5 or 6 years away. Will these ongoing issues affect me. I'm only 50 metres from the local cabinet. Downstream attenuation is 5db, upstream is 9db.




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  # 377400 7-Sep-2010 09:22
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Damager: Yikes, just switched back to Telecom broadband and phone after about 5 or 6 years away. Will these ongoing issues affect me. I'm only 50 metres from the local cabinet. Downstream attenuation is 5db, upstream is 9db.


A caching proxy is not going to have anything to do with your line attenuation. 

But yes, this will affect you if you're unlucky enough to hit one of the IP addresses in the pool that gets sent through the Bluecoats. 




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