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Number 4 // Ironmonger Row Baths

Tuesday 17th March I was going to be near Old Street for an early morning meeting so I decided to try out Ironmonger row baths. I have read quite  a lot about the pool and its renovation so was looking forward to going inside and trying it out myself. 307 more words


Why Internet Slowdown Day Is Important For The Future Of The Internet

Today is Internet Slowdown Day, and since Geek Alabama focuses on more techy and geeky things, we are participating in this special day along with many other websites! 32 more words

The 4 tricks to Highway Fast Lanes that you've been doing wrong this whole time


There is a certain amount of inherent appeal in the concept of a “fast lane” for any rate-limited transportation mechanism.

For example, on a roadway, a lane might be reserved for alternative forms of transportation (or for the especially virtuous and/or wealthy). 494 more words

WWE: There's A Bit Of Worry Concerning The Undertaker's Return

For nearly a decade, The Undertaker’s match at WrestleMania has been the hottest match on the entire show, and since The Undertaker has become a “once a year guy,” the WWE fans have always treated him with respect upon his return. 425 more words


The Fast Lane and How to Use it

I know I’m not the only driver out there that has places to go and people to see; most importantly in a timely manner.  People everywhere drive differently, and I mean awfully different.   674 more words

F.C.C. Approves Net Neutrality Rules, Classifying Broadband Internet Service as a Utility

Net neutrality has won at the FCC. In a 3-to-2 vote, the Federal Communications Commission today established a new Open Internet Order that implements strict net neutrality rules, including prohibitions on site and app blocking, speed throttling, and paid fast lanes. 233 more words

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The FCC Passes Tough Net Neutrality Rules But The Fight Is Not Over

Well, it finally happened.  Today the FCC passed new tough rules to impose strict new regulations on Internet service providers (cable companies).  Internet Service Providers including landline and mobile carriers, will now be subject to stringent oversight on how they handle data that flows over their networks. 981 more words

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