Gradually, though, the novelty of a fast connection has worn off. Disillusion has set in. I’ve slowly come to a terrible realisation: there isn’t really that much I can do with broadband.
Having nothing much to do with your broadband gives rise to a curious sensation that could be termed: “bandwidth guilt”. When I’m not using it, I feel like I should be. I keep trying to find ways to utilise its sheer power – and justify the £30 a month fee. I feel bad if I don’t.
Looking at the article’s comments, he’s not the only one.