It matters because our Internet connections are slow as dirt. It's been a slow week in Tenants Harbor, that's for sure....
Patricia Kahn, MS, AHIP | Niles Perkins Health Science Library
Pen Bay Medical Center | 6 Glen Cove Drive| Rockport ME 04856
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From: Maine Libraries Discussion List [[log in to unmask]] on behalf of berek tds.net [[log in to unmask]]
Sent: Thursday, March 06, 2014 11:10 AM
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Subject: Re: [MELIBS-L] Important question for public libraries - need answers today if possible
We could make a hell of a lot more Hartland/St. Albans/Palmyra residents
happier. The sad reality is that with the monster spike in use of bandwidth
to stream video and audio, we're all getting squeezed in terms of speed.
Bandwidth in general (or more correctly lack there of) is a big problem in
Maine, more so in rural areas like Somerset County. At home, I've gone from
reasonable speed to riding a camel with two broken legs.
Hartland Public Library
On Thu, Mar 6, 2014 at 10:32 AM, Lord, Linda <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Senator King's office needs the following information a.s.a.p.
> What could you (a public library) do with increased bandwidth (a bigger
> pipe to the Internet) that you cannot do now? In short, why does bandwidth
> expansion matter in Maine?
> Thank you for feedback!
> (If this question is not clear, please call be . I will be at MSL all day
> today. :))
> Linda H. Lord
> Maine State Librarian
> Maine State Library
> 64 State House Station
> Augusta, ME 04333
> 207-287-5620 (tel)
> 207-287-5624 (fax)
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