If you’ve never lost your Internet connection in the middle of an
important project or task, you’re either unusually blessed or prone to
blocking out life’s most painful moments. For some people, not having an
Internet connection is much like not being able to breathe. There’s
panic involved, along with a long sense of dread.
Whether a storm took out the Internet in your office, or the
coffee shop you ducked into has a Wi-Fi connection about as strong as a
six-year-old AAA battery, the last thing you want is be up a creek
without a provider.