October 03, 2004

On Ramp to the Information Autobahn

I have applied once more for broadband. Since my last attempt there have been new assurances that it should be available to me. BT (from whom all companies must buy their bandwidth) always says this and then the engineer shows up and says, "Sorry, mate."

Tonight I was trying to listen to a song by Inuit songwriter-singer Susan Aglukark and all I could get was fits and starts. Thus I am left not knowing whether to buy one of her CDs. I can't take this narrow band stuff anymore.

I've gone with Virgin this time, so I hope their high-speed internet is more reliable than their high-speed trains.

Posted by david at October 3, 2004 11:25 PM | TrackBack

Having a T1 connection at the office, when i get on line at home i'm really not bothered. Probably because the majority of my time involves very little downloading. Reading blogs and checking e-mail.

Posted by: aaron at October 4, 2004 09:15 PM
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