Cabin attendant assisted me in finding a better seat. Talked to me like a human being. Troubles getting onto wifi so I had to call tech support.
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Google Public DNS. DNS Domain Name System is a system which translates the domain names you enter in a browser to the IP addresses required to access those sites. Slow DNS servers can cause a lag before websites start to load, and if your server sometimes goes down, you may not be able to access any sites at all. Some services can also block access to phishing or infected sites, and a few offer content filtering to keep your kids away from the worst of the web. You need to choose your service with care - not all providers will necessarily be better than your ISP - but to help point you in the right direction, this article will highlight six of the best DNS servers around.
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As part of the Real World Windows Azure series, we connected with Vincenzo Tinebra, Cofounder of Waappy to learn more about they migrated their social gaming application to Windows Azure for improved scalability, reduced costs, and a higher quality of service. Read on to find out what he had to say. Our goal is to bring new content to the web, especially through social gaming on Facebook. With the increasing popularity of social networks, a significant number of new companies have brought attractive entertainment applications to consumers. We wanted to act on this opportunity by focusing our application on both gaming and social network aspects. It aims to create and reinforce friendships among members of a social network. VT: We first hosted Lucky Star on a dedicated server, and as the number of players grew, it expanded from one server to five.