SouthGeek Ramble and Review 57 [111001]: A Defining Moment In Internet History

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Summary: In this episode, the pundits discuss helium in hard drives, no more IE8 support from Google, Comcast re-introduces their new and improved data caps, and the "six strikes" Internet is coming to an ISP near you! Pundits:  Donovan Adkisson, Tyler Adkisson and Devon Adkisson Audio We are asking for your support.  We need close to $4,000 a month to run the network of shows on Anairo Media.  So, if you like the content that we produce, please support us with a one time donation or even a monthly subscription.  If you go to, you can sign up for a monthly subscription to support this show.  If you simply want to give a one time donation, then that’s fantastic also. Also, if you’re interested in learning how to produce the shows like we do here, I’ve published an e-book for the Amazon Kindle.  It chronicles my first year in podcasting.  You can get your copy by visiting  I would certainly appreciate it. Also, if  you're looking for web hosting, then you please check out Bluehost.  We get a generous commission if you sign up using our affiliate link!  Check it out here! Our email: Twitter: @South_Geek Listener voice mail line: 313-718-2557 Show us some love on iTunes by rating this Youtube: Stitcher Radio: Get Stitcher for your mobile now!  Click below and use the promo code:  SOUTHGEEK   Links: Western Digital Boosts Hard Drive Capacity With Helium Google Apps to shed support for Internet Explorer 8, your Windows XP machine won't cut it Comcast data caps hit test cities, range from 300GB to 600G "Six strikes" Internet warning system will come to US this year