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Just How Much Faster Does Information Travel Since The 1800's?
"Let's say a fresh, well-trained postal horse could run at 20 MPH, which means that's how fast one page of information (say, a one-kilobyte letter) could travel. A one kilobyte email travels at, oh, the speed of light, basically, so that's close to 670 million MPH." Jalopnik 01/11/13
Posted January 14, 2013 05:59 AM




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