Rural India, too, has broadband

When I was planning our summer vacation, I sent out an email to several colleagues at the lab informing them:

My father claims that the town they live in (doesn't even have a supermarket) now has broadband. Assuming that he's not confused, I'll be answering emails but with a 12-hour delay due to the time difference.

Turns out my dad had gotten it right -- I am using his broadband connection to post all the blog entries I wrote during our journey.

I don't know what it says when rural India has better internet connectivity than east Norman.

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