/// Google Jazzes Up Kansas City’s Broadband [NewEnterprise]
Google’s goin’ to Kansas City. Having promised last year to provide a community with Internet access that’s 100 times faster than most people in the U.S. have today, the company named Kansas City, home of jazz greats and some pretty good barbecue , as the first place it will do it. It plans to start offering service there next year. One can only wonder how neighboring Topeka, Kansas feels after briefly renaming itself Google, Kansas last year. Google’s video on the subject is below Little Richard’s rendition of the R&B standard written for the city.
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Google Jazzes Up Kansas City’s Broadband [NewEnterprise]
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