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February 10, 2003

NTL define 'normal'

Interesting article from The Register about NTL's decision to cap bandwidth usage at 1GB/day for domestic users. Their description of how many music tracks this means rather remind me of Apple or Tivo's slightly over-inflated claims about how much you can store on their iPod/Thomson boxes.

Yes, 1GB is 200 music tracks, if you only listen to short-form pop at crap quality, in mono.

It's going to singlehandedly cut down the amount of progrock or freeform jazz downloaded...could this be the secret agenda?

Posted by Tom Dolan at February 10, 2003 11:56 AM

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