Would the ISP look down on the computer-as-webhost idea behind .Mac IP tracking? I've heard that they come down hard on people who try to use their regular DSL or cable modem accounts for this instead of using a specific webhosting plan. I can't imagine that this would be viable for dial-up users. There would have to be some sort of elective to do this given the bandwidth constraints.<br><br>By Sherlock going .Mac, would this mean all of Sherlock, or just "advanced" features?<br><br>Me? I'm just looking for iPhoto 2! :-)<br><br>
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