Friday, 29 March 2013
The photograph - from The Guardian - says it all. Working practices change. A news item from the West Highland Free Press outlines how broadband speeds will be raised through much of the North-west coast and Western Isles during the next three-and-a-half-years. There was a time when the main broad-bands were roads
protected by walls, not firewalls. Perhaps the only vehicles that will need to travel them in the future will be vans to service the cables and to bring deliveries ordered over them?
Scottish Islands Explorer - constantly exploring changes