I grew up without internet. So my friends and I were unable to partake in the phenomenon that was World of Warcraft, at least until one of our friends got their hands on a mobile broadband. We spent hours trying to share the, very weak, internet connection this tiny device delivered between our group before we somehow managed to set up a small ad hoc network. The mobile broadband had restrictions. Using it between 7AM and 5PM meant you had to pay an hourly fee, which in this household was out of the question. This, of course, meant that we had internet from 5PM until 7AM; which we intended to capitalise on. So I remember this one weekend during the summer where we had finally got the internet working. We had rigged seven different stationary computers, each with their own block of a monitor, ready to finally play World of Warcraft. It was chaotic, we had no clue what we were doing and people fell asleep all over the place, but it was the best time of my life.