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Minipunto para Arsys

Posted by isilanes on February 17, 2008

Vaya por delante que no conozco nada de Arsys, y que (por ahora) no tengo nada que ver con ellos. Simplemente quería compartir el hecho de que he vistado su página (fantaseando con adquirir un dominio propio), y he visto esto:

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¿Nada raro? Pues fijáos en que, como buen servicio relacionado con Internet, tiene una fotico con un señor y un navegador web abierto… ¿Internet Explorer? Yo creo que no…

3 Responses to “Minipunto para Arsys”

  1. Carme said

    Estás en todo, eh! :-)
    No he contratado nada con Arsys, así que no te puedo comentar. Sólo tengo cosas con Piensasolutions y con Dreamhost. Si te puedo ayudar, ya sabes.

  2. isilanes said

    Gracias, Carme. Lo tendré en cuenta :^)

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