Bear with me. In the split second between hitting enter and the results loading, google throws up a bunch of place-holder colored blocks that reflect the color of the individual images that will eventually load. I want to grab a screen capture of the page of the colored blocks. [more inside]
I'm using Bitcasa to back up things, but it doesn't have builtin bandwidth upload throttling. So consequently it sucks up all the bandwidth and the entire houses network comes to a stop. This also happens to make browsing the web impossible. This would be easy to do if Bitcasa used a nonstandard port, but it uses 433 to upload to Amazon's EC. I have other applications that also need full bandwidth to EC (intermittently), so throttling those domains won't work either. What I really need is an application specific throttling App . Help? (OS X ML).
Sim pilots: help me join the 21st Century by sharing your opinions of the current crop of available controls. [more inside]
Did the guy who did my oil change break my car, or is this a fluke? [more inside]
Is my ISP purposefully slowing down YouTube/Google’s traffic? [more inside]
Is there a way to limit download/uploads through my internet connection? [more inside]
I'm in Texas and just started using Grande Communications as my internet service provider. The cable internet connection is fast (averaging 10 Mbps) but my torrent downloads are slow. Does Grande throttle? If they do throttle, is there any way to bypass the throttling?
Is there a free service online that will allow me to aggregate RSS feeds, but will only show the last entry from each blog? (more details below) [more inside]
Inherited car problems, fun for the whole family? [more inside]
The throttle on my 2003 S10, V6 54K miles jammed open. Very fortunately it happen in a rural area where the driver was able get off the road and stall the engine by using both feet on the brakes. Has anyone on the list experienced runaway throttle on a S10 or any other car? [more inside]
I used to have this great Windows freeware that allowed you to pause and throttle copying and moving commands, but I can't for the life of me remember what it was called. Any ideas? [more inside]