Tag: Internet access

Today Is The Day of Action to Help Save Net Neutrality

Today is the day MANY websites across the internet including Geek Alabama will participate in the Day of Action to Save Net Neutrality.  Yes, there have been protests before, but this one […]

Hey Internet, Congrats On Hopefully Keeping Net Neutrality

There has been a lot of debate over the whole Net Neutrality thing.  Mostly everyone on the internet, including me, wants the internet to remain free.  And not include so called “fast […]

Google Fiber, Coming Soon To Atlanta And Nashville

If you are a Google nut, you are very excited about this news!  Google announced that they are bringing their Google Fiber service to Atlanta, Nashville, Charlotte, and Raleigh-Durham.  In Atlanta, areas like […]

Why Internet Slowdown Day Is Important For The Future Of The Internet

Today is Internet Slowdown Day, and since Geek Alabama focuses on more techy and geeky things, we are participating in this special day along with many other websites!  Sorry for the slowdown […]

Looking For Work In A Economically Depressed Area Is Impossible

First off, I made my latest infographic surrounding my never-ending job search called the Nathan Young Visual Resume Infographic.  Unlike the board game infographic, this infographic is truly special!  Enjoy below! Today, […]

My Experience With Cable One Support To Get My Internet Back Working

So I had some fun last night during the BCS Championship Game between Auburn and Florida State.  Right as the game kicked off, my high-speed internet went offline at around 7:30 pm. […]

The Project Loon Project From Google

Have you seen this yet?  Google is wanting everyone around the world to have access to the internet.  According to Google, for 2 out of every 3 people on Earth, “a fast, […]

Will You Be Screaming on Monday?

I can already see it now.  On Monday morning July 9th some people will wonder why their computers will not connect to the internet.  They will try everything to find the root […]

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