Or I should say: “no Internet connectivity”.
Amazing what not having a working broadband connection does to your life at home. The good news is that I am now watching more movies (and therefore amortizing my Netflix subscription a little more than usual.) The bad news is I see more TV (more than just sports and late night TV while falling asleep) and I can’t read my mail/check in to see what is going on at work.
A few years ago I decided that it would be impossible to think of a future where I had no e-mail and Internet connectivity available to me. That has only become more and more apparent as time as gone by. These services are nothing less than a normal “utility” such as water, electric power, etc.
Now I have to head off to work so that I can browse on the Internet some. Terrible, isn’t it?