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Watching a cartoon for 0.5 hr will cost you approximately 0.5 Gb or 62.5 MB. That's streaming. Downloading it on my ADSL2+ will take 62 seconds. When the NBN kick in, if indeed anyone ever gets 100 Mbps (impossible) it will take 5 seconds. More like 9 seconds. So, that is 50 seconds of my busy life saved! Thank you Mr. Conroy! My Gantt charts are divided into 30 second intervals! Really, the idea that IT productivity is going to sky rocket with a faster network is pure kiddology. The code in this application total 228 KB (64.5 KB application code + 164 KB library functions (the video player and the nifty X-Ray viewer etc.). 228 KB is 1924 Kb is (using SI measurement) 1924000b is NEARLY 2 Mb. The transfer time to deliver this application at 100 Mbps can't be measured. The end to end connection handshake takes up the bulk of the time. No measureable difference to my 8 Mbps and with a REALLY SLOW old fashioned IDSL link, just over one second. There is about 800 hours coding invested in that little squeak of transmission time. Or, if you like coefficients, a factor of 1:2,880,000 - Transport:Creation. It does well to consider these numbers before making bold statements about increases in business productivity.