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Re: Salesforce's Buddy Media Buy Could Produce a Power Couple 2  jennniewhite   2012-05-30 12:20:48 
Re: CRM Conference to Showcase the Retail Experience 2  Christopher_Krywulak   2012-05-25 11:05:53 
Re: The Joy of IP Address-Mapping 2  topcoder01   2012-05-22 12:23:14 
Inside Sales specific CRM = Phone + CRM 1  toldroyd   2012-05-18 22:10:22 
Re: Insidesales.com Aims to Keep Leads on the Front Burner 2  toldroyd   2012-05-18 22:04:07 
Re: Penetrating the Vast, Untapped Reaches of the CRM Market 2  jmoad   2012-05-10 11:02:30 
Re: Why CRM Works 2  jmoad   2012-05-08 09:19:43 
Re: Social CRM vs. the Unimaginative, the Unmotivated and the Skeptical 2  OpenCRM   2012-04-02 07:52:14 
Re: Customers, Big Data, and the Internet of Things 2  rskinner   2012-03-22 11:26:29 
Re: Customer Focus Is an All-Hands Exercise 2  sheitland   2012-02-13 21:47:09 
CRM solutions tailored for Government 1  gov-guy   2012-01-31 07:51:51 
Re: Siteforce Coaxes CMSs Into the Mobile, Social Marketing Era 2  kwoolf   2012-01-14 02:52:28 
Re: Salespeople: Let's Get Reactive 2  jcousineau   2012-01-11 10:13:22 
Re: Bad Employee Attitude in a Social CRM World: It's Payback Time 3  FrancescaB   2012-01-06 09:31:00 
Re: The Beginning of the Bounce 3  rreisman   2012-01-04 10:57:54 
Re: SugarCRM Gets Sharper Interface, Speed Boost 2  splendidcrm   2011-12-02 06:55:59 
Re: The Next New Disruption 2  jayyar   2011-11-29 22:55:10 
Re: Want to Future-Proof Your CRM? Get Flexible 2  OpenCRM   2011-11-18 05:42:18 
Re: The Federal Government's Map of the Clouds 2  Bruceand6   2011-11-15 08:21:28 
Re: Turning Customer Intelligence Into Gold 2  KitH   2011-11-14 19:02:11 

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It's critical to the entire economy, and everyone should share the cost.
If rural residents really want high-speed Internet, they should foot the bill.
Internet providers will benefit -- they should build out their own networks.
The government should ensure that everyone is connected, but broadband isn't necessary.
People who choose to live off the grid do so for a reason -- leave them alone.
Providers should improve broadband services in heavily populated areas first.