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well, who'd a thunk that chicago would get top honors as the most "connected" city in the u.s.? of course, you'll need to take the following with an appropriately sized grain of salt - just because there are big, fat pipes all over town doesn't mean that you can get cheap, ubiquitous broadband:

"Chicago came out top because there were more net paths to and from it than any other city."

"History is also at work in helping Chicago to the top spot. The city was the site of one of the early internet nodes and has become a place where a lot of data traffic is swapped between networks."
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