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Scott @sh.itjust.works

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Why do wireless carriers knock on my door in a major city trying to sell 5G home internet service?
  • Not saying cable connection would be faster, when I was in Tennessee on 5g I was seeing speeds of 700/350.

    But the latency was noticeable longer than a fiber connection, for reference with ATT fiber I can get 5-6ms, over the ATT 5g network I was averaging 80ms.

  • Why do wireless carriers knock on my door in a major city trying to sell 5G home internet service?
  • Because they want to be lazy and get your business at the same time for measurable worse internet speeds and latency.

    Much lower overhead than running fiber or anything else in the ground since it's only 1 pole that serves a larger area.

  • Home assistant thermostat
  • I've been picking up cheap used or Amazon warehouse Honeywell T6 pro z-wave thermostat. (Same as sue)

    Been pretty good so far, but requires z-wave for any of the remote functions to work

    They can be found on eBay for as cheap as $20 shipped for just the unit and no mounting plate, and since you already have another model it's a drop in.

  • Google Maps tests new pop-up ads that give you an unnecessary detour
  • I can't say that I can agree with you more.

    A new bright as FUCK billboard was put up on a frequent road I travel. I want it GONE and the people responsible for it to just die.

    It's seriously a hazard at night...