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spynode 297 days ago
Almost like behind my home computer. A bit less chaotic even
Aristoteles 297 days ago
Maybe they have nothing to hide.
gouranga4ever 297 days ago
and yet its still tidier than the back of my telly..
y3lom 297 days ago
isnt that where the term 'web' came from?
dave9191 297 days ago
When you watch future representation's of the planet in films like blade runner and games like fallout you see these sort of constructions - but I didn't know where the inspiration of that vision of the future came from - until now.
Ganjabus 297 days ago
Someone would come and cut a lot of those, many people would be screwed for a long time.
Threeme2189 297 days ago
woodhatch 297 days ago
Looks a mess but I bet it works quicker than ours in the west!
And how much cheaper to upgrade to fibre (fiber)?
loadrunner 297 days ago
#7 They connect you to the internet in 25 mintutes( if one of the workers is close) and replace a cable in a few ours.
Ravez 297 days ago
#4 Now I'm getting scared about where 'world wide web' derives from...
m_otreborv 297 days ago
It's the place when you asked for an internet service... it will be serviceable in just a matter of hours, not days waiting for your scheduled service.
LightAng3l 296 days ago
Well I download with 10MB+ per second here in Europe and I see americans complaining all the time on the internet about a 50MB file being too big to download... seriously? I rather have a million wires than think 50MB is too much for my connection, I take that file in 5 seconds or less.
sartre 296 days ago
One reason for keeping the cables above ground - in Japan at least - is that it's much easier to fix after an earthquake.
etplayer 294 days ago
I'd have to assume at least some of those are nonfunctional and it was just too much effort to take them down, easier to just throw up something new as a patch or what have you and over time it's gotten to look like that...
HappyFinn 287 days ago
But what are the wires I see in the U.S.? There are wires everywhere over streets.
297 days ago
640 x 360 px
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