News.com cracks me up at times. The article on "Broadband Speed Overkill" is just one recent barrel of laughs. Yeah, a lot of people are getting more bandwidth than they need, but those that do want/need bandwidth can't get enough. I'd say that given enough time, applications such as high-definition video, video streaming, and large web applications will take up the "unused" portion of the bandwidth they speak of. My philosophy is better safe than sorry, meaning broadband service providers had better keep customers happy with "too much" than "too little" bandwidth. With the market becoming more and more competitive every day, there's no room to mess around with how much is too much when it comes to broadband service.
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