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Loyal To The Spot

Written by Myhorng. 5 comments Posted in: Living, Observed


Now, when we talk about “Loyal” and “Spot”, what actually circling round and round and round your head? Lately my company switched over from Streamyx to Wimax P1 (wonder why both must end with ‘x’) for faster connectivity and lower cost I think. Now, no doubt we have faster connectivity which easily reaches 100kb/sec but I would describe the connectivity as intercourse connection (because it caused my msn to log in, log out, in out in out dammit). It keeps got disconnected so often at times which help my company staffs to be healthier because everyone will start walking around checking out the modem status.

In order to optimize energy usage and better working environment segregation, minor relocation and adjustment on office layout was done. Hence, the Wimax modem was one of the items that need to move its ass from a nice sitting at 2nd floor with ample sunshine through the window in the afternoon to a better scenic location facing the field on 1st floor. After 3 days of relocation, I discovered that Wimax modem is a “Feng Shui” product where you shouldn’t move after located a perfect location in order to enjoy optimum signal coverage.

illustration of movement

You may see the comments from my colleagues, the connection will get moody during rainy days and sunshine position will also determine its mood. Most of the time, the connection got sucky when the sun moves towards the west. Please help explain this as I am not able to.

On top of the comments I got from colleagues, I do have some friends who creative enough to reply me the below. you determine what loyal and what spot they are referring to. I don’t really understand. LOL. Perhaps, WimaxP1 is trying to convey the message “Be Loyal to 1 Spot” to us.



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  1. S C

    The wives of P1 Wimax's bosses r the happest women then.

    August 20, 2009 at 10:47 pm
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  2. Jimi

    Really that bad? I'm actually considering getting Wimax to replace TMNut. I guess I'm just gonna have to wait until it stabilize.

    August 21, 2009 at 12:07 am
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  3. Pet

    Don't bother changing…just stick with my streamyx. :-)

    August 21, 2009 at 3:41 am
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  4. Hypergraphian

    Don't you know? P1 stands for Packet One – can only send one packet at a time… lol…

    Seriously, after testing everything I realized, if you live in Malaysia, just accept that you will have slow internet connection…

    August 21, 2009 at 7:59 am
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  5. Myhorng

    SC, yeah i guess.

    Jimi, it might be case by case basis. this is what i face not necessary all this way.

    Pet, yeah. all behave the same in Malaysia. too bad to say that.

    Hypergraphian, LOL. u got ur point.

    August 22, 2009 at 1:47 am
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