In Honor Of The Internet Turning 45 Today, Here Is Its First Router

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+8 1. Malakyte commented 5 years ago

And today I sometimes complain when the downloading speed on my smartphone goes below 5 Mbps :x
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+11 2. loadrunner commented 5 years ago

The moonlander had a computer with less calculating strenght than a furby. And it brought it to the moon, and all the austronauts back home. I think Mbps are a bit overrateded.
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+10 3. dushan commented 5 years ago

#2 i wouldn't agree, it's not Mbs and GHzs that are overrated, it is the use of technology and priority's modern society has that made them what they are now

for example india's mission to mars costs less than "gravity" movie, and that was one crappy movie to start with

imagine having a lightsaber technology and using it to slice bread and making toasts with it, you would probably say:
"meh, lightsabers are overrated"...
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+4 4. Thanny commented 5 years ago

They should network the surviving units together in their respective locations and get them operating again. Let people visiting them send messages to each other over the links.