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One of the draws of coming back to school is the Super Fast Internet Connection.  At Columbia, we boast a roughly 10 megabits per second internet connection for both uploading and downloading. Sound like gibberish?  For reference, consider that a typical MP3 (music file) is about 48 megabits in size, so it would take about […]

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  In a surprise move, CUIT has increased bandwidth quotas from 350 MB/hr to 1000 MB/hr download and from 180 MB/hr to 400 MB/hr upload. Not that Bwog advocates anything that could possibly get your hard drive reformatted, but if you happen to need to, say, download a 750mb .pdf from your professor, be glad […]

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