Free High-speed Sewer-net

It appears that previous rumors of Google deploying free WiFi were a bit premature. Rather than using the airwaves as their vehicle for free high-speed Internet for all, the search behemoth is heading to the sewers. They introduced in a press release today a new high-speed internet technology named  Google TiSP (BETA).

The Toilet Internet Service Provider (TiSP) project is a self-installed, ad-supported online service that will be offered entirely free to any consumer with a WiFi-capable PC and a toilet connected to a local municipal sewage system.

The site also sports a helpful (and informative) page that documents how to get started with Google TiSP.

Google’s TiSP System

Happy April 1st.

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4 Responses to Free High-speed Sewer-net

  1. yup… i checked at like 4am 2 see what google had come up with..

    and for some reason.. was disappointed… their april fools jokes used 2 b better.. this was just not believable!

  2. yup… i checked at like 4am 2 see what google had come up with..
    and for some reason.. was disappointed… their april fools jokes used 2 b better.. this was just not believable!

  3. haha i read bout this n thought it was a joke! =D ces, and the free printing for old emails in gmail is a prank too i guess? or is it for real?? damn google, u got me

  4. haha i read bout this n thought it was a joke! =D ces, and the free printing for old emails in gmail is a prank too i guess? or is it for real?? damn google, u got me

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