A reader sent me this post from London's Sunday Times that reports some experts are warning that internet usage is about to hit overload.
That will mean users facing regular "brownouts" that will stop users in their tracks and more frequent slowdowns.
Experts predict that consumer demand, growing at 60 percent per year, will only increase, and will exceed available bandwidth supply in 2010.
“With more people working or looking for work from home, or using their PCs more for cheap entertainment, demand could double in 2009,” net specialist Ted Ritter told the Sunday Times. “At best, we see the [economic] slowdown delaying the fractures for maybe a year.”