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  Reply # 2013384 10-May-2018 13:33
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Goosey:

 

People who post why they are leaving X teleco. 

 

We dont need to know.

 

 

I like those.   It helps me decide which companies to avoid.





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  Reply # 2013386 10-May-2018 13:35
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MikeAqua:

 

Goosey:

 

People who post why they are leaving X teleco. 

 

We dont need to know.

 

 

I like those.   It helps me decide which companies to avoid.

 

 

Sometimes, it just helps me know what PEOPLE to avoid!

 

 


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Nope, English isn't my mother tongue. But that's why I'm here. smile


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"Congratulations, your application for a RealMe verified identity has been approved.

 

Your verified identity is valid until 11/05/2023."

 

 

 

Do they know something I don't?


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  Reply # 2014653 12-May-2018 14:06
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That win10 search has size field that defines "gigantic" as "> 128 MB" ... suspect it's been same since win95.


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  Reply # 2014753 12-May-2018 15:43
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Ge0rge:

 

"Your verified identity is valid until 11/05/2023."

 

 

Who will you be after that date? wink





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  Reply # 2014846 12-May-2018 17:48
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The propensity for technology to fail when you are under pressure and really need it to work. 

 

 


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  Reply # 2014891 12-May-2018 19:01
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Tinkerisk:

 

Ge0rge:

 

"Your verified identity is valid until 11/05/2023."

 

 

Who will you be after that date? wink

 

 

The same as you are now - but with shortened telomeres.


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  Reply # 2014905 12-May-2018 19:53
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@Ge0rge:

 

"Congratulations, your application for a RealMe verified identity has been approved.

 

Your verified identity is valid until 11/05/2023."

 

 

Interesting, where do you see this? Mine doesn't seen to have an expiry...





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  Reply # 2014913 12-May-2018 20:05
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@freitasm

 

 

 

RealMe verification was done as part of Passport renewal - I received the above snippet in an email from RealMe.

 

I note that it is also listed on the RealMe page when I log in.

 

 

 

Interestingly, I can't verify my Postal Address either - their system won't accept a Rural Delivery address.

 

 


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  Reply # 2014917 12-May-2018 20:10
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Ok... Mine as verified in person at a NZ Post shop... Maybe this is the difference. I did use it to renew my passport but didn't get an expiry on the RealMe validation account itself.





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  Reply # 2014922 12-May-2018 20:20
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Mine was also part of a passport renewal (I've never used it for anything else, indeed this is the first time I've logged in since then) and the expiry date is five years after the date that I would've done my renewal.

 

The details are listed as "Provided by Department of Internal Affairs" so I suppose it has something to do with being "foreign" data as opposed to being entered directly into my account.


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  Reply # 2015263 13-May-2018 17:36
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I don't suppose anyone knows how long "some time" is when talking about YouTube?

 

A ~4 hour live stream finished at about 10:50 this morning and YouTube's docs say that it can take "some time" to become available for replay if it's a long stream. We're approaching seven hours later and YouTube is just showing a "!" icon. I wouldn't have thought it would take this long, especially when earlier episodes of the stream were available by lunch time.


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  Reply # 2015285 13-May-2018 18:12
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That the length of a piece of string hasn't been defined.


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  Reply # 2015303 13-May-2018 19:12
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Things jam up in youtubes processing so often its not funny. I had a 30 second 4k video from the phone only be available in 360p or something bad for about 6 hours after uploading it.





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