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Google, Kansas (Unofficially)

Hoping to lure some business from the West Coast, the capital of the great state of Kansas, Topeka, has kind of sort of renamed itself Google. (Your editor was actually in Topeka last summer and had a nice meal there.) Apparently, Google might look to Topeka -- uh, we mean Google, Kansas, of course -- as a test site for an ultrafast Internet connection. It would be the first ultrafast thing in Kansas.

Just kidding; we're actually big fans of the Sunflower State here at RCPU. Good luck, Google, Kansas.

Posted by Lee Pender on March 03, 2010 at 11:56 AM


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