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Now I enjoy browsing websites that discuss things about ADSL. As far as PC and the Net things are concerned, once I have interest in something that I haven't known well, I will get really involved in learning more about it for a while, and, in many cases, end up being tired of it. In this way, my knowledge about those things is far from perfect, but it's way better than nothing. It's great you can always have something you are into. And as long as you have interest, you can learn things much better. So, if you are interested in a foreign language, now is the time to start learning it. (Hey, what am I talking about?)

New to the broadband world, I'm like a country boy wandering around a big city. I mean, I'm wondering how to enjoy it. I don't have to stay away from websites with streaming video or audio any longer. I've enjoyed the funny videos that tatroyer mentioned on his blog. Oh, and Internet Radio is now available. I've found WARX.com and enjoy listening to good oldies. It's kind of funny even the songs that were released before I was born give me some nostalgic feeling. It's cool. And if possible, I want to listen to the music of 70s and 80s. Do you know one?

Comments

To me, BBC radio, www.bbc.co.uk/radio, has something on everything. :)

Thanks, SQ. I'll check it out. :)

Thanks for the link to this page