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  1. #11

    Re:K-Icons

    It would cost the host BW, and more then likely this site has a total cap. For example, I have a website, and can only send 2 GB in a month. After that I'm shut down until the next month. Text files you don't have to worry about, because they are so small, but when you have to send pictures it changes the tune a little bit.
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  2. #12

    Re:K-Icons

    one could always just setup their own ftp server and then host from there, i believe that most linux distro's come with ftp servers nearly ready to run.
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  3. #13

    Re:K-Icons

    You would still have to use BW. Now you're relying on the user, which in almost every case has a much slower upload capacity then a provider.

    In a situation like this, having to upload 1 MB plus pictures all the time would strain that individual's u/l BW, and if it's maxed out then they would not be able to surf the web because most providers only have one way.

    In anycase, it's a bad idea for a user to do this unless they have a business ISP account or something.
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    Western Digital WDC WD1200BB-00CAA1 120GB 7200 rpm ATA/133
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