Noah Kiser is six months into leukemia treatment at Dell Children’s Medical Center in Austin, Texas. Although Christmas is days away, he must remain hospitalized for the time of year when he loves “seeing other people jump for joy.”
But thanks to Cisco networking technology and some very tech-savvy elves, Noah was able to visit Santa this year without leaving the hospital.
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In 2006, the Internet was infamously described as “a series of tubes” during a debate over Network Neutrality. However, a recent infographic may give a bit more credibility to that often teased comment:
“it turns out that the World Wide Web really is more like a series of tubes than anything else--at least when it comes to the problem of getting data packets across oceans. The Submarine Cable Map makes these undersea connections clear, complete with color-coded interactive visuals.”
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