Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Throttled

Ah the information age.

You find a show you really enjoy.

You download some episodes to watch.

You blow through your data limit for the month in the space of 3 days.

Oops.

I'm hoping this post will upload....


P.S. Warehouse 13, sci-fi type series, Ace!

10 comments:

2paw said...

It is, I have only seen the first few but it was looking as if there was an excellent arc developing It was amusing and a bit original too.

KatinSpace said...

great series, it's quirky, easy going and fun.

Maria said...

Agree totally. Don't know why the took it off free-to-air. But we temporarily have foxtel and its coming soon Yippee

KissMyFrog said...

Aaaaaaand this is exactly why I don't download movies and TV. I lose any sense of proportion or self-control and I just want to watch ALL THE THINGS!!!

But I've heard very good things about Warehouse 13.

Lynne said...

I tried to watch an episode of something from the ABC once - I got so tired of watching a few seconds, waiting a few seconds for buffering, etc that I gave up and went and found the book to find out how it ended!

I've never even considered downloading something to watch later - hope it was worth it!

geoff_tewierik said...

I do have to ask, have you checked with your provider lately and seen if they have upgraded their downloads for their plans but not told you, so you could upgrade for more downloads but pay the same amount for the month. Did it with mine in January, tripled my download allowance but still pay the same amount.

geoff_tewierik said...

P.S. Camelot and Game of Thrones should be on your to watch list.

Emma said...

Oh no. Getting throttled (ha, that reads much worse than it actually is!), especially so early in the month, is the worst!

I hope there's enough TV to keep you amused while the net's slow...

drkknits said...

heh, im on a pay-extra-when-go-over plan. it helps me stay on track! i just downloaded ep 5 of game of thrones. highly recommended, tho i suspect you dont actually need any enabling!

Ally Johnston said...

Been there, done that. Love technology though.