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Re: Tight Budgets Mean Hot Competition in Prepaid Cell Market 2  Maddock   2009-05-14 02:35:46 
Re: Google Offers Chrome to the TV Advertising Gods 3  lizziemaughan   2009-05-13 23:27:29 
I give you the iPod link 1  manager2   2009-05-13 06:33:45 
Re: FixYa.com Brings Social Networking to Consumer Electronics Help 2  Grannelle   2009-05-13 03:54:54 
Re: Do Private Clouds Make Sense? 3  Luttinger   2009-05-11 10:00:08 
Re: Warner Music Blames Digital Partners for Slow Q2 2  Kayla   2009-05-09 23:18:39 
Re: Belkin Begs Forgiveness for Marketing Ethics Breach 5  Grannelle   2009-05-09 19:02:54 
Re: With Webvan Gone, Where Will Online Shoppers Turn? 7  GroceryMan   2009-05-08 12:53:38 
Re: eHarmony Lawsuit: An Empty Victory for Gay Rights 3  mamabear   2009-05-07 03:59:14 
Re: Study: Online News Rapidly Cutting Off Print Pub Circulation 2  Grannelle   2009-05-03 13:09:40 
Re: The Wide Open World of Web Site Search 2  searchtools   2009-05-01 15:37:54 
Re: The Facts and Fictions of Online Shipping Costs 2  Fotoconnection   2009-04-30 14:10:04 
Re: Paymo: Harnessing a Global Mobile Payments Market 2  VoxAppeal   2009-04-28 09:15:32 
Re: eBay Beats Street, Gets a Grip on Turnaround Strategy 2  rob46nh   2009-04-24 18:11:12 
Re: SaaS and Cloud Computing: The Channel Is Far From Dead 2  jeanj   2009-04-22 11:51:59 
Re: YouTube Filled With Sounds of Silence 3  ramblingjohnny   2009-04-20 10:27:30 
Re: Advertising for Online Gambling -- Is It Legal? 2  legals   2009-04-19 11:14:18 
Re: Can Microsoft Win the Online Game? 2  HankMcCoy   2009-04-17 10:03:42 
Re: Maximizing the Mobile Commerce Experience 2  mirz   2009-04-15 10:53:03 
Re: Disappearance of Books and Movies Shoves Amazon Into Tight Corner 2  hbobrien   2009-04-14 15:37:13 

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How urgent is the need to provide broadband services for rural U.S. communities?
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.