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Mike Demarais, 20, moved from Boston to a small Kansas City, Kansas home to become a resident of Kansas City's first 'fiberhood,' as Google is preparing to launch its gigabit high-speed Ethernet internet service. The house is owned by Ben Barreth, represented by a photo cutout, at left, who bought the house in the neighborhood to encourage tech business startup companies. Demarais now lives for free while developing his business idea on his laptop. (David Eulitt/Kansas City Star/MCT via Getty Images)
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Mike Demarais, 20, moved from Boston to a small Kansas City, Kansas home to become a resident of Kansas City's first 'fiberhood,' as Google is preparing to launch its gigabit high-speed Ethernet internet service. The house is owned by Ben Barreth, represented by a photo cutout, at left, who bought the house in the neighborhood to encourage tech business startup companies. Demarais now lives for free while developing his business idea on his laptop. (David Eulitt/Kansas City Star/MCT via Getty Images)
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November 13, 2012
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