Here is a notice from FortisBC, the natural gas provider in BC. The title of the sheet is Natural gas rate changes. With a chart, showing 53% decrease in six years. But when I have a closer look at the Rates explained part, it tells the truth of rate increasing. It said the commodity rates
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I used Dreamhost VPS before, used Burst.net VPS. Now I am going to introduce Linode VPS service. Linode provides XEN VPS only. It upgraded VPS service to the new generation. Let me summery it then you know how better it is. Storage increased by 20%: Linode 512 goes from 20GB to 24GB Linode 1GB goes
Yes, I got a letter from Canadian Tire Bank, which shown me that I have been pre-approved for a higher credit limit. I have an Options MasterCard with them. The credit limit is $10,000 for many years. Most of the monthly balance is around $1,500. Until last month, I spend over $5,000 with this MasterCard.
My desktop is a DIY pc which I built in 2008. The only one part changed is motherboard. I use ASUS P5Q se until now. The OS on it is Windows 7 ultimate 32bit. Because I use 2GB memory only, the performance is not that good. The Windows Experience Index is 5.5. Processor: 5.9 Memory(RAM):
Most of my domains are located on 1&1 for many years. Got the email from it a few days ago, regarding the price change of domain. We are writing today to inform you that as a result of recent price increases by the major domain registries, we need to increase the annual rates for .com
Just noticed that, from September 1, 2010, Shaw Cable increased her price. My Shaw Invoice is changed from $79.46 to $82.82. Actually, because of HST, the total price is changed from $76.60 to $79.46 from July 1, 2010. So the all difference is $82.82 – $76.60= $6.22. About 8% increase. It has more increase than