Living with lag

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+2 1. bzzt commented 6 years ago

RIP net neutrallity
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-1 2. tsar911 commented 6 years ago

FAKE: They're not speaking English.
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-1 3. RoyalNorwegian commented 6 years ago

There are two things I envy swedes, Zlatan and their broadband.
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+4 4. y3lom commented 6 years ago

But you merely adopted the LAG; I was born in it, moulded by it. I didn't see the DSL until I was already a man, by then it was nothing to me but BLINDING
The LAG betray you, because they belong to me!

- former doom player on 56k >:)
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+3 5. metataggers commented 6 years ago

Seems like a great tool for teaching tolerance and sensitivity to the public about the challenges for those with disabilities, such as delayed motor and/or mental abilities.
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0 6. sulyo commented 6 years ago

#4 LOL!!!
Those days even LAN parties had ping up to 30 :D LOL!
Today sometimes I get 30 to 40 ping from SLO to UK!
Actually when I switched from 56k to quite thin-broadband i had to get used to 0.2 sec less lag..