With an estimated five million people now connected to broadband at home, one early internet enthusiast is giving it up for good. David McCandless explains why he's given it the boot.Quick some one take this down, give up the internet how could you?
I know what he means thou I have given up watching TV to sit on the net yes I can do both, but I am already looking at 2 screens with 30 browser tabs in Firefox, MSN messenger, video clips and other such things.
So winamp has now become my online companion, and the TV only gets a look in when I die, playing CS (I wish some people would learn how to plant the bomb!).
Ofcurse this is all fine and well while I am off sick from work and have hours to kill, but what will happen when I go back to work and have money again? (O to have money again)
I don't think much will actually change let's face it the time I used to spend in front of the TV is just now spent infrount of the computer Screens.
I don't think I could ever get rid of the BB now I had to wait 5 years and move house to get BB in 1st place.
But I can see a time when it's not the be all and end all of my weekday evenings.