Sunday, February 11, 2007

video killed the internet star

According to yesterday's Guardian the rise of video downloads is threatening to overload the internet and the ISPs are grumbling that they are going to have plough lots of money into infrastructure but it will be the likes of youtube who will reap the benefits. Obviously the ISPs are just starting the process of softening people up to either a rise in prices or a return to the metering of broadband.

The question this poses is, does one be a good citizen and forswear watching americans run into things on youtube, or do dive onto TV Torrents and start downloading House series 3 now before the gates close?


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