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#89579 5-Sep-2011 17:05
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I'm not supposed to download stuff lest I get pinged for breaching new copyright law. But telecom have just given me another 20Gb a month for free. So now I've got 60gb a month - what else am I supposed to do with it...

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  #516989 5-Sep-2011 17:08
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youtube
isky
tvnz ondemand
steam
Playstation network
Xbox Live
iTunes


need any more?

ETA: : Linux Distros  Tongue out

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  #516997 5-Sep-2011 17:17
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minimoke: I'm not supposed to download stuff lest I get pinged for breaching new copyright law. But telecom have just given me another 20Gb a month for free. So now I've got 60gb a month - what else am I supposed to do with it>


I am sorry officer that speeding fine you gave me was really not my fault, the company that made the car allowed it to go to 150km/h, so what was I supposed to do with it........

 
 
 
 


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  #516999 5-Sep-2011 17:19
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If you've got a game console, those demos can be massive.




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  #517004 5-Sep-2011 17:21
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minimoke: I'm not supposed to download stuff lest I get pinged for breaching new copyright law. But telecom have just given me another 20Gb a month for free. So now I've got 60gb a month - what else am I supposed to do with it>


???? Are you kidding?

iSky, TVNZ ondemand, TV3, youtube, windows updates, AppleTV, web surfing, Web radios, Music albums downloads (purchases), Apple movie downloads,  

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  #517006 5-Sep-2011 17:24
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Can you downsize your plan, while getting the same amount of data? Use your spare money on coffee/movies/dvds or whatever your heart desires, assuming it is legal.

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  #517016 5-Sep-2011 17:42
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minimoke: I'm not supposed to download stuff lest I get pinged for breaching new copyright law. But telecom have just given me another 20Gb a month for free. So now I've got 60gb a month - what else am I supposed to do with it>


Only live life once mate. Lol

gzt

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  #517027 5-Sep-2011 17:57
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http://freemusicarchive.org/
http://www.archive.org/details/movies

That should keep you going for a while. There is plenty more out there. Don't forget to post the good stuff to Geekzone's movie thread.

 
 
 
 


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  #517050 5-Sep-2011 18:30
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seedbox!

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  #517078 5-Sep-2011 19:10
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http://vimeo.com/
http://soundcloud.com/
http://sourceforge.net/

And get a vpn and enjoy hulu and the bbc

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  #517080 5-Sep-2011 19:12
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  #517147 5-Sep-2011 21:19
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PORN Wink haha
jk :) 

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  #517258 6-Sep-2011 07:29
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Wow i mean back in the day i thought "quite hard not to break cap without .... you know"

But these days i been using steam plus living with a household of people who stream youtube 24/7

plus now i got xbox 360 / tnvz 

I struggling not to break my cap these days... 

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  #517263 6-Sep-2011 07:49
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actsclan: PORN?Wink?haha
jk :)?

The Internet *is* for porn.








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  #517716 6-Sep-2011 19:37
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ahemmmmmm

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  #517751 6-Sep-2011 20:49
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dontpanic42: VODO


Wow thanks for posting this. Its all completely copyright free right? I've just downloaded 2 >.> so I'm stuffed if it isn't Hahaha 




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