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Wifi-6, 5g and some other tech wrap up stuff!

Interesting follow up on a few things I’ve shared recently. The first is the reality of advertising and the claims of the fastest in-home wifi. If the wifi offered by your internet provider is not Wifi6 (or Wifi-6 or Wifi 6), then it is not the fastest in-home wireless network in your home!

Follow up number two; I choose not to accept my friends ask to the only comment on the posts of people that comment on my posts. I did take his counter-proposal. We shall see how that works out. We are getting more and more new posts on the site, which is always a good thing. If we can get -20 to 25 or more posts per day, we should start seeing some momentum on the site and tracking the sharing os caring [psts. And sp far too; seeming between 15-30 mew views added from when I visit the post for the first time (or again) based on the Sharing is a caring job. That continues to help any author that is shared in the sharing is caring challenge – so to those of you doing that – thank you!

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I will end today with a peek over the horizon. 5g is rolling out via the various carriers. The reality of 5g is that it is safe. The great bird kill reported in Holland was a created story (it didn’t happen). Medical professionals have blessed 5g and its current bandwidth. Yes, it is a form of the microwave, but the energy doesn’t excite cells, so there is no risk for humans. What there is, however, is a brave new world where you can download and watch movies simultaneously. Walking around the national mall in Washingon DC, I was able to download over a terabyte of information from a service provider that I needed for a customer presentation is less than five minutes.

Tomorrow is a bright new day (although it will be hot)!

Hubpages more in-depth article

https://hubpages.com/technology/The-Fastest-In-Home-Wireless-Network

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  • Question of

    have you seen a 5g TV commercial?

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    if you had the same speed network no matter where you were, would you be happy?

    • Yes
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    5g variest a lot in speed and quality, ok?

    • Yes

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