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Mary Iacofano
MARYIACOFANO.COM
 

Slow Server


Sometimes the BP server is so slow.
I have dsl so it is inot my end.
Do the owners of BP not see this?
Has been this way for a while.
In the age of fast computing, it is very aggravating.


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8/22/2007 2:06:29 AM

 
Gregory LaGrange
BetterPhoto Member Since: 11/11/2003
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  It's Heather, one of the tech people.
She's still on windows 95.


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8/22/2007 6:53:32 AM

 
Oliver Anderson
BetterPhoto Member Since: 11/16/2004
  Growing up my parents had a really slow server as well, she was like 80 years old...walked never ran and we paid really well. Now I've upgraded to a young 24 year old ex track star and my beers get run in from the kitchen sooooo fast.


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8/22/2007 8:48:56 AM

 
Mary Iacofano
MARYIACOFANO.COM
  Oliver, you crack me up. like an egg.
Thanks for a good laugh. ;)


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8/22/2007 9:38:35 AM

 
Mark Feldstein
BetterPhoto Member Since: 3/17/2005
  Getting back to reality for a moment, (although I only like to go there as a tourist) I've noticed there are times when BP is extremely slow also. Some times though, it's the local hub and there's actually a way in Windows to check the local speed you're running at but I'd have to call ATT to figure that one out. If it's an AT&T DSL, Mary, they can actually change the hard-wiring over to another hub if your system is running consistently slow. Call your service provider, and they can tell you what the scoop is.

Now, back to our regularly scheduled broadcast.

"And ...the eensy teensy spider crawled up the spout a-gain !!"

Ok, how bout the Flintstones song...a one, a two, a three...."Flintstones, meet the Flintstones..."
Mark ;>)


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8/23/2007 8:56:52 AM

 
Mary Iacofano
MARYIACOFANO.COM
  Yabba dabba dooooo!


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8/23/2007 10:02:15 AM

 
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