While the core focus of AusGamers has always been about gaming, we know that there's a bunch of other stuff that a lot of gamers are interested in - technology, software, applications, almost anything to do with the Internet, music, movies - the list goes on - and we've taken care to post about things that we think would be of particular interest to gamers.
Something that has always been a big deal for gamers is how to get the most of of their broadband. From the early days of the 300mb download limit on BigPond's initial cable service to now where there's a lot more choice and a lot more competition, it has always been important to know how you can save your precious bytes and really work your connection to the max.
We're starting a series of articles about how to get more out of your ISP by taking advantage of services (gaming related and otherwise) that you might not be aware of, and we're starting with Internode's recently re-launched USEnet service. If you're on Internode, you might want to check out our article, How to use Internode's USENet service