Today’s announcement from Google is knocking our socks off with the idea that internet is coming to the masses with download speeds of 1000 mb per second. This is an astronomical step in buffing up bandwidth size and we can’t wait to try it our for ourselves and see what new goodness comes out of it. To get things started with Google Fiber, there’s a pre-registration process to get it working in your city. Today, Kansas City is the first to have it up and going. So, let’s get rallying San Diego and get our name on the list to give Google Fiber a go! And if we couldn’t be any more excited, the Google Fiber website is quite a winner with a top notch user experience complete with witty animations.
Craig joined the Ninthlink team in 2002 as an intern before graduating from SDSU in 2003. For the last eight years he's been wrangling interface designs, falling in love with various typefaces, and enjoying urban color palettes found on his bike ride to and from work. He keeps the creative juices charged by spending time in the ocean and mountains and a steady routine of yoga and meditation.