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> It's hard to imagine why anyone is still using a 2400 baud modem
> to access online information. Given the performance-to-price ratio,
> 14,400 modems are an excellent investment. And, 9600 baud modems are
> so cheap. I grumble when I have to connect to AOL at 9600 baud.
> CompuServe and my employer provide 14,400 connections.
I use a 2400 bps modem because it came with my computer. Although
I have every intention to upgrade, I find that each month (since
September) either my money or my time is gobbled up by the demands
of my daughter, my dog and cats, my truck, or my job.
That's one reason one person is still using a 2400...
> Merry Christmas.
Happy Solstice, Mike!
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