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Looks like more and more people are switching to broadband, and rightfully so. When I made the switch to broadband, I couldn’t imagine going back to dialup for anything-the difference between using dialup for even things as menial as retrieving email versus broadband were enormous and amazing; and this was before I started doing things like online gaming, downloading, and web developing.

Regardless, the United States is still lacking in people who use broadband internet access at home, and a lot of people still don’t have access to it or figure they don’t need access to it if they have access at work. No matter, I still look forward to the day when dial-up is a backup for a national broadband infrastructure and high-quality broadband internet access is ubiquitous.

[ http://money.cnn.com/2004/12/22/technology/broadband.reut/index.htm ]

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