Jeff kept sayin "gigabyte per second" when he meant gigabit per second. Which I did hear someone else say. I'm sure you guys know the difference but my god, I've had friends who are like "dude I get 20 megabytes per second, I can download like 4 mp3's in 1 second. I'm such a supreme Internet badass! Har hee haw!" Then I ask them what provider they use and figure that they have like ~2.2 megabytes per sec and explain it to them that 20Mbps is equal to ~2.2MBps. Then I get called an ass and that I'm probably wrong and they keep on keepin' on.
But yeah, google fiber is still like 125 Megabytes per second which is so fast that none of this bytes and bits nonsense I'm talkin about matters. I would eat paint chips for those speeds. I do think that ISP's advertise in bits to perhaps trick people into thinking they are getting something they're not. And when I download things in chrome or steam it always tells me how fast it's going in kilobytes or megabytes per second. So confusing!!!