Where did THAT come from?!?

This non-profit organization’s offices are located on the outskirts of town, and that makes getting a good internet connection iffy, according to a sysadmin pilot fish working there.

“When we finally decided to get high-speed internet, the only choice was wireless,” says fish. “Not cellular wireless like you can get today — just a directional antenna on the roof, pointed at the ISP’s access point on the city water tower.

“It wasn’t the best, and it took a few days of trips up to the roof of the building to repoint the antenna. But eventually it was working very well, especially compared to the individual dial-up that a lucky few users had before that.”

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