Charles Wu wrote:
Despite working for a WISP, I can't get my company's service at my house. If
it were available here, I'd be a Speakeasy customer in no time, because
they're so "friendly" to the geek market.
Out of curiosity -- how does allowing "connection sharing" qualify as being
"friendly" to the geek market?
It's not so much the connection sharing as it is the other things they
do, like static IPs and allowing end-users to run servers.
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