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fiber day

We had two-way cable before most people (back in 95/96). In 2001, we moved a mere two miles and were kicked back to one-way cable, which means uploads at 56k modem speeds.

To a software/web developer, particularly one developing photo software, this is something akin to the sixth level of hell. Every CVS commit in the last four years has been a “let’s go to lunch” event.

Last week, I saw one of the most wonderful sites in recent memory:

Fiber comes to Alder Lane

Such a small thing to most, but what a difference! I’m two-way at last.

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