Tuesday, March 11, 2014

BREAKING: RAINBOW BUNNY BRINGS GOOGLE FIBER TO SOUTH KANSAS CITY!!!



Here's a bit of Kansas City morning tech news worth a peek.

Check it:

Just Posted On The Fiber Blog: More KC-area residents can sign up for Fiber this afternoon

Deets:

"We’ve already pulled nearly 6,000 miles of our fiber-optic cables throughout Kansas City— that’s about the distance across the Pacific Ocean from the U.S. to China—and now we’re ready to lay down even more! Starting later this afternoon, residents in south Kansas City, Kansas City, north, Grandview, Raytown and Gladstone can start signing up to bring Google Fiber to their communities."

Happy Rock is nice but this is really a South Kansas City win that might be another sign of a Cerner revival.

Developing . . .

11 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Will I be able to get all my favorite TV shows?

Anonymous said...

I want to know more about this Supreme White leader named Ralph Monaco and the Jackson County Historical Bund?

Anonymous said...

Free Rainbow Ice Cream Sammiches for the kids!

Anonymous said...

Isn't it obvious by now that the Google gig has been much to do about not much of anything?
Where will the bunny be "hyping" to next?

Get out your wallet said...

Sucker(s) born every minute.

Anonymous said...

....and by Y2.1K folks in Grain Valley, Independence, Blue Springs and Lee's Summit can start kissing Google's big gigabit ass for service.

Anonymous said...

LIARS!

Anonymous said...

I got the free Google, and I like it. It is far superior to the AT&T servicing I had before.

the Polar Bear-son said...

Fuck that gay Google rabbit.

Abcnkc said...

Not here yet for me.

But I hear it is like the best CB radio with the world's best reception.

I am going to get it.

Kristin E Carter said...

Not a fan of Google Fiber and their business practices. They came onto our property and dug in a few feet. They didn't even give us warning or notice. When I asked the crew who was doing the work about notification, I was told that his supervisor didn't worry about putting out the door hanger because if we disputed their placement, he (the supervisor) knew Google would win. What kind of B.S. is that?? I know about public easements and whatnot, but when I contacted Google, they couldn't even say whether or not they were in the right spot.

Another thing, I asked the worker what would have happened had our fence been in the way (because we have landscaping plans to bring our fence down to the street-but can't now with this Google box in the way). His response, "We would have torn it down." All without communication to us. Seriously? Come on.