January 16th, 2011 by ben Leave a reply »

school internet by AUSD, in partnership with CSU.

$10,000s of taxpayer money/yr.

home internet by TWC/RoadRunner.


mobile internet by AT&T Wireless.


there are some things nonexistent bandwidth can’t download. for everything else, there’s AT&T.


AT&T. So bad, it’s (somehow) less than zero.

(Phenomenal ping, though. Faster than the speed of light.)

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  1. Benji says:

    Actually now that I think of it, -1ms ping isn’t just faster than the speed of light. It travels back in time XDDD

  2. k says:

    If it takes negative time to download, then that means when the thign finishes downloading, it will have taken negative-whatever minutes. However, since this time has passed already, doesn’t that mean AT&T has infintely fast internet?

  3. Benji says:

    Well, technically nothing can travel faster than light, not information, anime, or AT&T internet.

    Ohh I know. Negative internet speed means you actually lose megabytes you’ve already downloaded XDD gg at&t.

  4. k says:

    “Technically”, but I don’t see why AT&T can’t defy the laws of physics.

  5. Benji says:

    it still can’t divide by zero >_<

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