Member since: Mar 15th, 2010
Apr 8th 2011 6:51PM @computerwiz908 I'd just recently signed up for SpiderOak's service; that's the only reason I even noticed the "similarity."It does strike me as a little odd, though, that SpiderOak has a Linux client and AVG doesn't, since SpiderOak is apparently providing the service. I would have like to have had the 5GB that AVG offers over the 2GB from SpiderOak...
Apr 7th 2011 12:11PM The interface on that client looks *exactly* like SpiderOak. Coincidence, or are they maybe actually providing the service?
Mar 15th 2010 11:45AM I wonder how "19% of those with favourite news sites would pay for content" compares to the percentage in any given metropolitan area who subscribe (or buy at a newstand) a newspaper? Maybe 19% isn't that far off the mark. (This may be outlined in the Pew report; don't have time to read it at the moment...)
Save your tabs and Panorama tab groups in Firefox 4
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