“When I was young, we had to buffer.” Those are the kinds of phrases I come up with to try to explain to my kids that broadband access wasn’t always so great. But to really give them an idea of what it was like, I take them on a plane, where, as Bloomberg reports, Gogo’s infuriatingly expensive, slow internet still owns the skies. (It’s somehow awesome that we all regularly complain about slow Internet access at 36,000 feet.)