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Jake Ortman ( e-mail, resume), a 30-something-year-old dad, percussionist, sysadmin, Web developer, IT consultant and jack-of-all-trades geek, living in Bend, Oregon. He created this so that his expensive journalism and technology degree isn't getting totally wasted. In addition to editing this site in his free time, he is the communications manager at Weston Technologies. He has LinkedIn and Facebook profiles if you're trying to stalk him. He will not be posting on Twitter.
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Browsing The Web at 300 baud
Before everybody had high speed, we geeks connected to the 'net with modems. Usually we connected with the 56kbps variety (my first modem was a 2400baud, but that was just for community BBSs). You could never try (nor would you want) to browse the modern web on a 300 baud modem -- unless you're this guy:
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