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April 03, 2020


John Upton

Imagine the deep s**t we'd be in now if someone managed to disable the internet.

Jay Brinker

Crazy how much has changed in 20+ years and what we now take for granted. I laughed at the mention of 56mbs line and remember when we paid $100/month for an ISDN line offering double that speed and thinking we were blessed with incredible connectivity.

In the end, the old Internet cafe prices are a steal compared to what cruise lines charge today. $30/day was the last I remember. And those barons want government help now? SMH.

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