Tagged: internet

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Afrihost fined for ADSL network problems

I have been a loyal Afrihost customer for several years, but since August 2014, Afrihost’s internet service deteriorated with many consumers complaining about throughput and the Afrihost executive team skirting the issue for several months without providing anyone with concrete...

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Postnet Broadacres: Bad example of customer service

In short, over the last 12 months using Postnet Broadacres I had 5000 Euros stolen as 3 separate registered letters with cheque-card, PIN and internet banking codes disappeared as well as lost 11 parcels to theft within the postal system....

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SSH tunnel on OS X

Many companies nowadays provide a SSH tunnel to connect remotely into servers. This is a great feature as you will have your internet connectivity wherever you are and still enjoy the benefit of select tunnels. On OS X and Linux...

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MTN: The death of the internet

At bidorbuy we pay special attention to performance, as a slow website will irritate our users and will in the end result in lost sales. Over the last few months we have pretty much emptied our bag of tricks and...

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No manners – Tarfix

In my endeavor to personally resolve potholes on a stretch of road I frequently travel, I contacted a company called Tarfix (not going to give them a link, seeing someone at Tarfix with mobile number 083 267 1834 sent me...

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Android: 3G Watchdog

I try to avoid 3G usage as much as possible, especially since I am not on a data-bundle. There are the few cases, where I need to hop onto the internet via 3G, but would still like to monitor the...

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Squid: Restrict access to websites

If you have followed my guidelines on how to install Squid, you might have noticed that the assumption was, that your home-user base would not abuse the net. You add a ten-year old on school-holidays and YouTube to the mix...

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OS X: Delicious Library

Another cool application for us Apple-fans: Have you ever loaned a book or DVD or an expensive gadget to a friend, and forgotten which friend? And then bought another? With Delicious Library you just drag any item onto any friend...