I finally added OpenDNS servers to my Apple AirPort Express. (My previous router died while under warranty, and waiting for a replacement would take too long, so I bought an AirPort Express at the Apple Store in Pasadena.)
While their “Configuration for AirPort v7.6.1” instructions are almost spot on, a couple screenshots didn’t reflect what I was seeing in AirPort Utility 6.1.
I couldn’t find anything with an updated screenshot, so I sent one to OpenDNS support. Until they update it, it should look like this:
The MPAA studios hate us. […] They see us as stupid eyeballs with wallets, and they are entitled to a constant stream of our money. They despise us, and they certainly don’t respect us.
Yet when we watch their movies, we support them. […] They use our support to buy these laws.
The next SOPA by Marco Arment. A fine read, with major points everyone should ponder—myself included.
I read my AT&T bill for the February 2010 and got freaked out:
PRICE CHANGE NOTICE
Attention AT&T High Speed Internet Members: Starting with your March 2010 bill, the monthly rate for your AT&T High Speed Internet Express, Pro or Elite plan will increase $3 (or $3.01) per month. For details and rate information for your specific plan, please go to http://support.att.com/dslupdate or call 1.866.417.6819.
(My emphasis added in bold.)
I have the Pro service for $30/month. So, twelve months from when it starts increasing, it’ll be $66?!
The text is unbelievable. Someone please clarify.
Related: FCC Commissioner Calls For Examination Of Broadband Price Hikes (MediaPost, March 10, 2010)