But on the bright side it's still a whole lot better than a 14.4 modem
I think the main problem is cloud storage, streaming, and watching online tv & movies.You have to wonder if it’s all the info they collect and store that’s using up their operating resources.
I think my first foray was a 9.6k,,,,,, now I feel old(er)lolI gather you never used a 300 baud unit.
I think my first foray was a 9.6k,,,,,, now I feel old(er)lol
My first foray was a totally manual (no modem) dial-up connection to ARPANET at the university of Stanford in the late 70s. ARPANET was the internets predecessor with only university and military people participating. Shortly thereafter public access was granted through the multi university backbone that then became the earliest version of the internet as we know it and I got a Compuserve membership to join in for non-research purposes - mostly early software sharing. That connection was long distance dial up to Chicago using a 300 baud modem. My member number was 2 digits long. That long distance bill was the first of many times my wife threatened to divorce me.I think my first foray was a 9.6k,,,,,, now I feel old(er)lol