'Experts predict that consumer demand, already growing at 60 per cent a
year, will start to exceed supply from as early as next year because of more
people working online and the soaring popularity of bandwidth-hungry
websites such as YouTube and services such as the BBC’s iPlayer.
It will initially lead to computers being disrupted and going offline for
several minutes at a time. From 2012, however, PCs and laptops are likely to
operate at a much reduced speed, rendering the internet an “unreliable toy”.'
(I don't even know where to start.)