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John Posada [mailto:jposada99 -at- gmail -dot- com] suggested:
> >> distracting, and something I can have on for hours without
> tiring of
> >> it). This makes a very nice change of pace, however.
> > For the benefit of us corporate captives who work at the
> > office, and not at home, how much bandwidth do these things suck?
> Some more,. some less...how would he know? Run it..if it's too much,
> then it's too much...if it's not much, then it's not much.
Well, of course, in a corporate office, the individual user
doesn't get an individual pipe to the internet, so
you are advocating running a stream on your desktop and
listening for the screams from down the hall?
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