'Load Rage', And How People On The Internet Are Becoming Less Patient

Back in the late 1990s, the time when early generations of netizens started to know about the internet, the world was very different.

Using telephone number on a conventional telephone line, people use modems to 'dial' and connect to the internet using a mere speed of 56 kbit/s (using the V.90 or V.92 protocol), although in most cases, 40–50 kbit/s was the norm.

Fast forward to the matured internet, where netizens are pampered with fiber optics and megabits to gigabits of data per second, they are accustomed to speed.