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Archive for October, 2011

Wednesday, October 26th, 2011

Trance on Guitar

Thought I’ll share you some cool stuff I found off the net:

Is this a new genre or something?

Friday, October 21st, 2011

Happy Birthday Ajay!

It’s Ajay’s birthday today! He’s now another step into manhood :P As evidenced by his photo below (yes that’s really him):

Sunday, October 16th, 2011

PPTP UK server added

For those of you requiring to stream UK content on devices that do not support OpenVPN, there is a new PPTP server.

Read the instructions again here.

Sunday, October 16th, 2011

Configuration Update: New FullyRouted UK server (BRGB01)

Our configuration files have been updated again with the addition of another FullyRouted UK server.

If you are on BolehVPN-GUI, this is an easy process. Just hit the button Update Config and it will do it all automatically.

If you’re not on BolehVPN-GUI or are a Mac/Linux user, head on to our configuration file page and follow the instructions there. Don’t forget to edit the files to use your username!

Thursday, October 13th, 2011

On circumcision and ISPs (P1 and TM sign HSBB agreement)

Malaysians especially those in West Malaysia would be familiar with the “Sudah Potong” campaign held by P1 a wireless Wimax broadband provider.

For the non-Malaysian subscribers, “sudah potong” directly translates to “Have you cut it?” cutting off your existing fixed-line broadband system but also makes an innuendo implying circumcision which is a requirement for Muslim men.

This was a direct attack on Telekom Malaysia which is by a huge margin the largest fixed-line internet provider in Malaysia but often criticized for its poor level of service. Subscribing to P1 which was on a separate network was apparently supposed to be faster and hence their main selling point.

Here’s a video of P1′s campaign:

What is funny right now is that P1 and TM have now signed an agreement whereby P1 is tapping into TM’s high speed broadband network to expand its connectivity which was bound to happen given TM’s virtual monopoly over broadband connectivity.

TM’s official twitter account posted this in response:

“Sambung Balik” means ‘connect back’. Ouch…touché!


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