I'm a newbie here but I have run into such a weird internet problem that I really need ideas from a forum. Here's the deal: For the past month or so, the internet on my MacBook Pro is slow -- but only noticeably so on certain sites (Yahoo, Facebook, and Google.) My Hotmail loads at apparently normal speed and most independent websites (but not all of them) load fine. However, on my husband's desktop PC in the same house, all those websites load fine -- even though his computer and mine use the same internet connection. Google loads instantly, so does my Yahoo account, etc. So at first I thought it was a problem with my MacBook internet connection. On my laptop, I tested the issue on both Safari and Firefox to see if it was the browser. I had the same problem on both -- Google took five minutes to load on both browsers, etc. I then tested whether it was my Airport connection by shutting off my Airport entirely and connecting via an ethernet cable. But the problem persisted. Here's where it gets really bizarre: I traveled with my Mac laptop to my in-laws' house, out of state in South Carolina, where my husband set up a wireless internet connection for them, and while I was there, every website on my MacBook worked fine. Google loaded perfectly for me, so did Yahoo, etc. I was using the same MacBook, same Airport, same browsers, everything. But then I got back home to New Jersey and Google won't load for me on my laptop again. I'm totally stumped. Are PC's just generally faster at processing websites, so that my Mac would be super-sensitive to a slow connection? But why would it only be certain websites? Could it be someone messing with net neutrality? But even if that were true, why would this only appear as a problem on my Mac and not our house's desktop PC? Any ideas are welcome.