Australia's internet insignificance

Australia may see Telstra's internet failure as a sign of the apocalypse, but when put in perspective it's little more than a minor hiccup in the grand scheme of the worldwide web

The apocalypse seemed neigh yesterday when Telstra’s internet crashed.

It brought down banks, companies and offbeat work internet browsing all in one fell swoop. 

Despite the masses of people effected Telstra’s mishap, it had little to no impact on the operations worldwide web.

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