Hey folks, Just read an article here in NOLA saying our local cable high speed connector (COX Communications) is now limiting the amount you can download and upload. If you exceed that set limit, you may loose service. You can download 2GB a day, or 30GB a month, and upload 1GB a day, and 1GB per day, and 7.5GB a month. COX states that they are not targeting users of peer-to-peer file sharing applications, but their "Byte Cap FAQ" includes step by step instructions on how to turn off sharing in thirteen different P2P applications. I'm not condoning or condemning file sharing, I'm more interested in what that implies if say in the future I want to upload and sell my CD, or Artwork, Or what ever I'm trying to distribute without a label deal. Here in NOLA, the local music scene seems to be very wise about the net. Here you can record locally, print and master locally, set up a sight to sell, get airplay on WWOZ.org world wide, release your product right before Mardi Gras and Jazz Fest. And your selling sending your stuff worldwide. Really it can be done with a great deal of success. There is not a great requirement to sign a deal or get discovered. Soon, and very soon, we all will be buying and selling via a highspeed connection. This concerns me a little, in that there is no discloser from COX on the contract or anywhere else for that matter. It only come under their "Acceptable Use Policy." Kinda slipping this one in quietly. Any thoughts?