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12-23-2009 @ 8:34AM
For a while, when I was sans internet at home, I'd bring my laptop to my university's library. That worked out much better once I realized that while wireless connections were throttled, hardwired ones weren't. (There was one especially hilarious chunk of lag during an SM run, fortunately with guildies, where a particularly bad spike hit just as I was Charging a pack of mobs, meaning that I established no aggro, the mobs ate the party's face off, and then my client caught up just in time for me to watch myself die.) Unfortunately, my laptop bit it a while later, and I was WoW-less until I moved into my current apartment.
12-23-2009 @ 8:35AM
I'll also use Google-cached versions of pages to look up WoW-related things while I'm at work, to get around the filters. :D
12-23-2009 @ 8:56AM
I used to be able to use cached pages to surf blocked content like gaming sites until my employer got smart to what everyone was doing, lol. Of coarse my employer being the USAF, they catch on to things pretty fast.
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