The ranking is based on a calculation of the percentage of Internet users with high-speed access, the number of companies providing high-speed Internet, and the number of wi-fii spots citywide. Forbes has only been doing the top 30-rankings since 2007, and Atlanta took the top spot in both 2007 and 2008.
Now, Atlanta is at No. 2, followed by Washington, D.C., and then Orlando and Boston. Portland came in at No. 14 and San Francisco was 11th.
Thanks to Crosscut for catching this one.