That's good to hear, thanks for the reply.<br><br>I'm not sure I like how things are set up at the college here in Las Vegas. Apparently they have had some pretty serious security problems (imagine that in Vegas) and there is no way to access my Mac(s) on campus from home, and I can't even set up websharing. In essence, ALL outgoing connections are blocked. It sucks.<br><br>I'm sure they have webspace I can use for my teaching, but not for personal reasons too. I've always just used an old powermac at the school as a webserver. It was awesome, free space, free super-fast bandwidth. Plus, there is nothing like having physical access to the machine holding your files. I miss it already, *sniff, sniff*<br><br>Maybe I'll try out iPowerweb. Thanks<br><br>
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