Today, I am grateful for:
Virginia's internet speed of 13.1 MB per second, which is No. 1 in the USofA, which ranks 10th in the world (South Korea is No. 1, if you can believe it, with Japan No. 2).
Here's the report on the speed.
Most of the South is mired in the lower half of internet speeds with the west coast, upper midwest and a couple of New England states slightly behind the Commonwealth.
Virginia's No. 1 ranking is not that much of a surprise, since the seat of the government is in D.C. and that's pretty much the center of the world as a power source. The 'net's service there has to be good. Still, we benefit from it and that makes me happy.