One big happy family

One big happy family

Summary: Stephen was confident he could keep both of his new pets on a short leash at the one time.

SHARE:

(Credit: Christine Lee/ZDNet.com.au)

Stephen was confident he could keep both of his new pets on a short leash at the one time.

Topics: NBN, Broadband, Government AU, Telcos, Telstra

Christine Lee

About Christine Lee

Christine is full time web designer who loves scribbling with pen and paper. With the help of ZDNet.com.au's writers, she will bring any issue alive!

Kick off your day with ZDNet's daily email newsletter. It's the freshest tech news and opinion, served hot. Get it.

Talkback

3 comments
Log in or register to join the discussion
  • Fearsome Fangs vs Tearin Tiger.

    Christine looks all good. As long as Conroy doesn't pull that blackmail shotgun out of his back pocket.
    anonymous
  • Cover Duvet
    In this point in time there are plenty of bedding products available to spruce up your bed and bedroom. One amongst these is the black duvet cover, which has and continues to cause some confusion amongst shoppers. A duvet cover is only one of many easy and simple ways that you may keep your comforter clean and looking like new. Almost anyone can experience a much better night's sleep because of the fluffy and extra soft feel that duvets add. The true reason for the confusion amongst shoppers is in part due to naming. A duvet is also popularly known as a down comforter and is simply a blanket. Duvet covers are much like pillow cases that help keep clean and protect the duvet. Every simple tips to keep your duvet and duvet cover clean and looking like new.

    The easiest thing you can do to keep them clean is a little morning shake. Every morning after you wake up simply give your duvet a good shake. It might not sound like much but doing this helps to remove any dust that has collected on the duvet over night. A thorough shake each morning is an easy way to keep the duvet and cover looking fresh between washes, as it's far too impractical to wash your duvet every day and the reality is it is not required. So a simple morning shake is ample.

    While daily washes aren't required, there will come a time that you need to wash your duvet cover. Truthfully that you will wash the cover much more frequently than the actual duvet. How often you wash the treatment depends alone preference, but it's understandable that if your cover is starting to look a little dirty or unpleasant to touch, you already know that it's time to take the cover off and throw it in the washing machine. I would personally wash my cover one or more times a week, and maybe twice during the summer season.
    TymnambimaCak
  • [url=http://evoire.com/members/jackzard/]my blogpost[/url]

    If you are deciding between blogpost hosting or another kind of free hosting, you are probably concerned of your website to some degree at least. Otherwise, you would simply use any hosting that you can find free of charge. You are probably quite new and though you are concerned of your site, you may want to limit your expenses at this point, especially since you are not really earning from your venture online, yet. This is perfectly understandable.

    blogpost hosting, which is offered by Blogger (of Google), is the most talked about free host and there are reasons for this. This is probably the most reliable free hosting available out there. But you should know that it is limited to the hosting of blogs only, so unless you are running a blog, this cannot be a consideration for you.

    In case you don't already know, a blog is like an online diary which is updated every time you submit a post or an entry. Depending on your needs, a blog may or may not be suitable. If the latter is the case, the alternative is probably the traditional website, which mainly consists of a home page, an about page, a contact us page and other web-pages. This kind of website may be more complex but obviously, more versatile as well. For instance, more payment options can be incorporated in this kind of website as opposed to Blogger's blogs.

    If a blog is suitable for you, blogpost hosting is highly recommended, but you should be aware of the limitations of this free hosting. By now, you should already know that hosting is the life blood of your site, because no matter how great your site is, it is live on the internet only because it is hosted by a host. In other words, you do depend very much on your host.

    Depending on the nature of the contents on your site, it may be shut down if Blogger received complaints. You may contact Blogger on this matter but there is no guarantee whether or how fast can this be resolved. You usually cannot depend on the support provided with free hosting.

    Blogs under blogpost hosting may also be a little slow to load. Imagine if your site has a lot of traffic or worse, people click off without ever seeing your site because they are impatient to wait for the page to load. The latter is not surprising in the online world because there are countless web-pages out there beside yours.

    Some people start with free hosting such as Blogger and later migrate to their own host when they realize that they are getting a sizeable audience. Not that you can't do that, but there are disadvantages to it. For example, your site ranking may be affected and then it will take time to achieve its usual position. You run the risk of losing some of your regular visitors. All this can translate to a drop in earnings.

    Why not save yourself headache in the future by affording yourself the assurance of a paid host now? You can start with the cheapest plan and upgrade anytime.
    ReitteAnnemal