From Twitter 03-20-2011
- 06:12:09: @BigBlueFox Nothing much. Getting my new laptop working in Linux & old netbook ready for sale.
- 07:18:57: This puts the radiation “threat” in perspective. Person in a panic? Show ’em http://xkcd.com/radiation/
- 12:42:17: @2_gryphon BWAAHK!
- 12:43:32: @witchiebunny They’re tuned to be slower but more reliable. They do have 4G LTE in our cities, though.
- 12:44:20: @witchiebunny However, their base service is CDMA. AT&T is GSM. Go to Eurofurance? You need to go GSM.
- 12:58:50: I’ll be happy when AT&T, Sprint, and Verizon are 100% GSM/LTE. That means complete hardware switching.
- 13:02:54: @witchiebunny You can pick between AT&T or Verizon.
- 13:07:32: @stego_s_aurus They are already. 4G LTE is here in Baltimore through them. They’re committed. (aka that snow is coming from hell) 🙂
- 13:16:24: @BlazeTheDragon Where you hear that? GPS tech is 1100-1600 Mhz range. LTE is on GSM bands, 700, 850, 900, 1800, 1900, 2600 Mhz.
- 13:17:48: @BlazeTheDragon There’s only one company, Lightspeed Corp, that may interfere. Verizon doesn’t hold that license. Seperate company!
- 13:36:57: @lastres0rt You should get grandfathered in, and the contract will continue on your new phone. It’s the same tech (GSM).
- 13:37:59: @lastres0rt Which phone is this?
- 13:43:14: @lastres0rt I know. You get the base phone+2gig Data plan, totaling $65. 4gig+tether? $85.
- 13:44:15: @lastres0rt You haven’t picked the phone yet?
- 14:20:05: @lastres0rt With AT&T it’s a generic data plan for smartphones. $25/mo for 2Gig, $45/mo for 4 gig & tether to PC.
- 14:40:15: @lastres0rt They change plans every quarter.
- 14:42:02: @kusanagisama What won’t?
- 14:43:51: My Asus N10J netbook is now on Ebay for sale! http://is.gd/cI6T3J
- 14:48:40: My Asus N10J netbook is on the Ebay block (fixed link): http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=250791910848
- 17:07:06: @Tincrash Season 1 Episode 1?
- 17:07:38: Renamed my old rig “oldredwolf” and laptop “redwolf”.
- 19:17:02: A bit more news on AT&T-Mobile USA merger: Subject to FCC & FTC regulatory approvals, won’t be final until next year.
- 19:23:17: @Lance_Foxx So does Verizon, but AT&T has more features on iPhone. However, depends on where you are…
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