Anything invented after you’re thirty-five is against the natural order of things

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  1. Quite frankly, I’m not even 35 yet and I already don’t care too much about internet speed. It’s been years since I’ve got past “enough”. The last time I noticed was when I was able to play online games without noticeable lag, but since then internet speed has been almost irrelevant to me.

    If anything I do notice slow websites (specially on mobile), but I believe it’s more of a design problem than anything (unoptimized assets, too much overhead, etc.). And sure those problems could be circumvented with faster connections, but in my opinion it’d be wasting resources anyways.

    Although I see the value in things like remote surgery and such. Maybe not so much for the individual (do we really need anything faster than Netflix loading speeds?).

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