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A screen goes suddenly dark: a browser is empty; a connection is lost. The online world has been stolen from you, sent into the recesses of your hard-drive. You press a scattering of keys — certain one will at least offer access to the Internet once more. The signal remains broken, however, and you begin to despair. This wasn’t meant to happen. A wireless router was instead to ensure constant communication between your computer and your thoughts.