Monday Morning Links Serving: The June 13th Edition

1Gbps fiber for $70—in America? Yup.
American ISPs have convinced us that Internet access is expensive—getting speeds of 100Mbps will set most people back by more than $100 a month, assuming the service is even available.

Google’s Musical Doodle Lives On — On Its Own Web Page
For fans of the Les Paul Google Doodle, we have some excellent news: The musical logo will live on at its own web page.

How to Delete an Account from Any Website
The words “I wish I could quit you” take on a whole new meaning when you want out of a relationship with an online service. Sure, you once thought you would be together forever, but eventually terms of service change, end-user license agreements mature, and, well, you’re just not in the same place anymore.

Edison-Era Inventions Emerge From the Vaults of General Electric
A 100-year-old electric car charger, the earliest fuel cells, and much more.

Apple’s Spaceship Office Complex to Land in Cupertino
Cupertino City Council is likely to approve Apple’s plans to build a new four-story spaceship-like HQ in the city, which would house around 12,000 staff.


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