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Wireless Vs Cable Internet
- having no wires; "a wireless security system"
- transmission by radio waves
- Lacking or not requiring wires
- radio: medium for communication
Burger and Internet
Garden Grub 88/120
Schnookie was going to grill turkey burgers tonight, but since there were still big gusts of wind at 6 pm (included one late in the afternoon that took down a large tree right across the street) we all opted to remain indoors. Dinner was griddle meat turkey burgers with a side of farmshare mashed potaotes, farmshare green beans, and Comcast cable internet
. See that green blob of bokeh in the background? That's the all-important "Internet On/Off" button which we discovered only after spending the last 8 hours convinced that since we didn't lose any power or trees, the reason the internet
wasn't working had to be storm-related, not user-error. Heh.
Time Warner / RoadRunner Internet is SLOW
I always thought my home Internet connection felt slow, and after doing a speed test it looks like Time Warner / RoadRunner cable Internet is dramatically slower than the average Isp, shown with the little bar graph in the screen shot.
Looks like I get 3.63 Mb/s down and only 0.48 Mb/s up.. I really think I need to look into DSL when I move in a couple of months. This just fucking sucks. And it's definitely not worth the money.
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