I’m staying here in Austin for the TCEA conference at a local Holiday Inn, which advertises “free high-speed Internet access in all guest rooms.” The connection speed is so excruciatingly slow, I did a quick Internet Frog Speed Test. Here is the result:
It is SERIOUSLY misleading to call this “high-speed Internet access.” This is slower than a 14.4 modem!!! I wonder if people are downloading videos and music files from P2P file sharing networks at the hotel, or if something else is going on. Quite frustrating! Thankfully I don’t have to work online much to get ready for tomorrow’s presentation. 🙂
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