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2nd Dec 2014 07:55am
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BT Advert Con

BT Advert Con

The past couple of weeks when watching the odd few things on TV, I've noticed another advert from BT - you know the ones, the storyline type ones with those two lads and a woman. Well, in this advert the lads had a mate around watching Breaking Bad on Netflix, and says:

Lad 1: "Well we did it"
Lad 2: "Two days solid"
Mate: "Yep"
Lad 1: "Breaking Bad, done!"

That immediately got me gobbing off to myself (as I wasn't around other people when I first watched the advert *starts playing All By Myself*), the reason for me gobbing off... [read more]

11th May 2012 03:54am
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Free Image Hosting Tip

I'm suprised I've not seen people doing this method of free image hosting yet with their websites and while it's been niggling at the back of my head, I thought I might aswell post about it.

Now normally if you have your own hosting account on a server somewhere in the world you will know that you're on a limit as to how much bandwidth you use (even these "unlimited bandwidth" ones ~ nothing's unlimited *fact*). Well if your website is mainly text based then you'll notice that depending on how many visitors you get, you don't really use... [read more]

21st Dec 2008 08:24pm
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Sound Upload Progress

Right... Sound Upload is being slowly transferred as I still (luckily!) have access to the files and to the database. I've transferred over the database to the dalehay.me server however I do have a 100GB monthly bandwidth limit on it - which Sound Upload used to go through 50-60GB a day! So I will be needing to find a decent host (which will probably end up being a dedicated one - costing well over a hundred quid a month!!)

The lyrics section, shop and UK Charts sections are the only main places that are accessible at the moment.

3rd Sep 2008 12:34am
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Bypass Photobucket

Have you ever visited a website that had a photoshop tutorial on or some of their pictures on their that they've took of a landmark that you really wanted to see and you ended up getting this image come up instead?

Bypass Photobucket

Bypass PhotobucketWell, fear not as I am here to tell you how to bypass this message! I have only tested this in Mozilla Firefox so I do not know if it will work in Internet Explorer, Opera or Chrome. Now all you do is right-click your mouse on that "bandwidth exceeded" image and select... [read more]

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