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Everything posted by Tony_A

  1. Now this is BIG

    Glad I'm not paying the fuel bill!!
  2. Now this is BIG

    According to a post on the YouTube site... The engine is stationary in a power plant in Copenhagen and provide power to a part of the Danish electricity network in emergency situations, but mostly it runs for a few minutes for visitors. The engine runs on pure diesel fuel in this case and drives a generator.
  3. Progress

  4. SubwayEntrance

  5. Gmax Model 03

  6. Gmax Model 02

  7. Gmax Model 01

  8. The End Of The Line

    What can I add Jay except a Thank You for your support and input of time, money and endless patience from the very beginnings of VOZ. A very sad way for things to end up. VERY SAD!! Tony. p.s. See you "On The Busses"
  9. Don't you just love "unforeseen issues"!!!! NOT!!!!!!!!!
  10. There's 2 Emeralds as well, the one in Qld. has an airport. I don't know if the one in Victoria has an airport? - but I don't think either is in OZx.
  11. XXXXBus

  12. [ANNOUNCEMENT] It has to stop

    Well said Ken, I couldn't agree more with your short summary of the origins of VOZ, OZx, ORBX and the benefits to us all of the reintegration. VOZ started up in early 2006 for God's sake. It's now mid 2011 and if some people still have some sort of resentment/dislike of ORBX, I suggest it's time to get over it and get on with life. AS my old granfather used to say, "Life's too short for this sort of shit!" Cheers Tony
  13. Skype

    No need to worry now gents, IPv6 day has been and gone. A 24 hour test run that ended about 10.00 AM this morning. Worth having a browse at the website in my first post about what it was all about! There is a link there to test how ready you are for IPv6 which, for nearly all of us, looks like being a painless transition to a better internet if and when it's adopted by everyone. From what I have read, it's guys like Jay and those deeper into the intricacies of the WWW who have the work to do. It is about increasing the number of possible addresses by a huge factor over what is available under IPv4 (Internet Protocol version 4) which we are using now. The number of available addresses under IPv4 is due to run out very soon. The testing is about running IPv4 and IPv6 in conjunction with a view to dropping IPv4 later without a great kerfuffle of problems. Feel free to chime in and tell me where I've stuffed this up Jay!! Cheers Tony