I am troubled that the UK is falling to the backwaters of the net.
Was reading about the X-Box spec yesterday, and noted that they hadn't bothered with dial-up support, only cable/dsl.
Went looking for a freebie firewall this evening on download.com (after getting distracted, was really after spyware free mp3 sharing program - hah!), and discovered that the most popular options also only cater for cable/dsl.
Are we getting that far behind here?
Apparently ADSL is available to the majority of the UK population (so BT espouse). But considering the majority of the UK population reside within the M25, that's hardly an impressive claim.
I am in a major UK town outside the m25 and no site of it yet.... - am I really connectionally challenged?