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It seems that with every passing administration, the issue of Net Neutrality pops back up.

Microsoft, Facebook, and the telecoms infrastructure company Telxius have announced the completion of the highest capacity subsea cable to ever cross the Atlantic Ocean. The cable is capable of transmitting 160 terabits of data per second, the equivalent of streaming 71 million HD videos at the same time, and 16 million times faster than an average home internet connection, Microsoft claims. The cable will be operational by early 2018.

I work from home, the can, the bedroom, the front-yard, the back-yard, in my car, on the moon (playing a VR game while on a CON call for something I had nothing to do with), my neighbors house, the grocery store, the gas station, getting my hair cut, at a stop light, lunch, dinner, etc. Actually...I'm not sure there is a place I have NOT worked.

My wife has Bose wireless headphones. Wonder if she knows about this?

I saw this ad last night and thankfully, I don't have a Google Home Device and I (thankfully) had turned off the "Okay Google" on my phone.

As one of the comments said: "Welcome to Web 2.0."

So, from what I read, if you decide to use this PC version to watch content off-line your C:\ drive is about to get SMASHED with data.

GitHub wins (and whomever bet against it needed to see someone professionally).

Yep! I just spent the entire weekend rebuilding my daughters PC because she didn't know any better and thought the update was an...well...update for Windows 8.1. Windows 10 installed. She has an older motherboard and no Windows 10 drivers were available. "DAD! FIX IT!

Translation: "'re fired." 

Huh...guess they have some issues they want addressed.

Yep...worked for IBM for almost 5 years. This is what they do.

Uh....yeah...never would (or will I) ever let the Geek Squad" touch anything other than my TV.

Thanks Marcel...
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