BROADBAND” and “high-speed Internet access” are not words you hear much in the countryside. Moving to a bucolic setting generally means not only escaping the urban din but also leaving behind zippy cable and digital subscriber line Internet services. Living without a constant online connection can be onerous for anyone trying to work out of a country office or trying to telecommute on extended weekends. But there is a wireless option: two-way satellite service. (full story)
My spin:I’ve tested out DirecPC’s system before – setup (by installers) was fine and it worked well as far as I could tell
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