Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Will Miss #65 - cheap, excellent internet access

When I first came to Japan, it was quite a bit behind the curve on internet access. It was a few years behind American on basic dial-up and ISDN. At some point in time, Japan went into high gear on getting the infrastructure in place and now access is faster, cheaper, and better than in the United States. Upgrades also appear to come along more often and be of a greater order of magnitude.

I'm going to miss my cheap, high speed, largely reliable internet connection.

1 comment:

  1. I have to disagree with you here. Definitely fiop is more common here, but free access is far scarcer than in NoCal at least. Many libraries don't even have internet connections yet. Just my experience.


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