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Feds Help You Find Your Fastest Internet Service

February 24th, 2011 02:58 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

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jfruhlinger writes “Slashdot previously covered the National Broadband Map, designed by the US Federal government to illustrate where the ‘digital divide’ between those with access to high-speed Internet and those who without. But, as blogger Ryan Faas points out, you can use it for a much more individualistic purpose: to find your fastest local wired or wireless ISP. Just plug in your name and address and you’ll soon see what your options are.”

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