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5:57pm on Saturday, 14th March, 2009:
I gave my new router a heavy dose of World of Warcraft last night to see if it held up. Impressively, it did — I wasn't disconnected once. I've also managed to upload and download large files and browse web pages while my younger daughter streamed Skins to her PC. All were impossible with the old router.
The only thing that isn't working is my AVG firewall, which seems to be blocking access to the AVG updater site. Hmm, I sense a glitch there.
One feature my new router doesn't have is a flashy light telling when the Internet is active. This means I can't glance at it and check that my is at her computer. It does have some other lights, though. I'm sure I ought to be offended by this one:
This one, on the other hand, is quite prescient:
It's the weapon my WoW warlock is currently using.
Referenced by Red Light.
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