Tuesday, December 2, 2008

Houston (and everywhere else), we have a problem

Here's the deal, Dear Readers: our house's internet is down. Because of our location, we have to have satellite internet, and satellite puts a cap on our bandwidth in any consecutive thirty days. We have seven adults in our house who use the internet on a regular basis. That means, basically, that we WILL go over our quota. When that happens, we're penalized with a serious squeeze on available bandwidth (or something like that).

What that means is that while our internet is still technically there, it's useless for anything other than basic HTML e-mail checking. I can only do most internet activities from school.

While this is a good thing for the amount of work I will get done at home, it is a bad thing for the amount of blogging I am able to do. I'm sorry. This is just how it has to be. It's not you, it's me.

2 comments:

The Outsider said...

Almost makes me thankful I did not get that job down there. Can you imagine me internet-limited?

Andie said...

No, not beacuse of out ocation in Brownsville, because of the location of our house in the middle of nowhere. Normal houses in Brownsville have cable and such.