NormandC wrote:Videos don't play automatically, you need to click/tap on the play button in the centre of the video.
Ok, that's what I wanted, great to see that I already have what I want!
kkremitzki wrote:I totally understand and sympathize. I've heard the horror stories of Australian Internet.
Not really, Internet access here is generally quite good and the national broadband network is generally pretty good but it is still being built. The complications are for me that I moved recently, live in the outback and 15gig a month on my mobile phone modem disappears ridiculously quickly particularly if you look at YouTube. The national broadband network here is provided via satellite and I have not yet got around to getting it set up, you get a subsidy if you live in a remote area.
Once you get out of the cities, Australia is huge and has a low population density. I live in a densely populated area by our standards, I am only about 25km out of a reasonably large county town, not far from a major Highway, yet there is only one other house within a km of mine. Today, for the first time in many months, I had to stop and wait for a car when I turned on to the highway.
I go to the next town in one direction quite often, it's 160km or so, the most other cars I have ever passed on that trip is 20 and the least is 1. My kids count the other cars and one of them counts horses because she is mad keen on the silly things,