kareem wrote:Haha, i finished writing up my whole post to see that you beat me to it. I also set his WRZ$ at 5.
Yeah, I'm pretty cool
sunjoyk wrote:We're still looking into more methods to make use of WRZ$. An http proxy service with no logs or cache might appear shortly, so keep watching this topic and post any suggestions you have.
Interesting but the same can be acheived through web based proxy services like kproxy, am i right or am i missing something here? and what would be the price?