Three-terabits-per-second Internet? Yes Please.

From IEEE Spectrum:

The light that zips data across the Internet’s backbone used to stop a long way from the data’s final destination. Now it goes all the way to your home. Why not go the last step and take the light all the way to the computer or TV, projecting it through the air over the last few meters and only converting it to an electronic signal at the end?

Let's skip that oh-so-slow Google Fiber and go straight for the good stuff: beaming data-laden light all throughout your house. 

Now I'm just trying to decide if I'm more excited about Nikola-Tesla-style wireless power or light beam Internet. Who am I kidding? It's three terabits! Light beam Internet ALL THE WAY.