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Re: Online Payment Firm Hits Better Business Snag 2  sbrenner   2002-05-04 09:14:30 
Re: Instant Messaging: The Next E-Commerce Channel 4  nopass   2002-05-03 11:06:48 
Re: Do Online Consumers Face Too Many Choices? 2  workinghard   2002-05-03 10:23:29 
Re: The Double Standard of E-Commerce Service 3  tomho   2002-05-01 10:51:54 
Re: VeriSign Earnings Report Sends Shares Diving 2  lfleming   2002-04-29 16:45:28 
Re: Monster Parent Pays $800K for Jobs.com Domain Name 2  tennille   2002-04-25 12:02:20 
Re: Merrill Lynch Agrees To Post Investment-Banking Ties on New Web Site 3  mlclient   2002-04-24 17:36:29 
Re: Did Microsoft Miss the E-Commerce Boat? 2  mgconsult   2002-04-24 16:45:00 
Re: Amazon Sells More, Loses Less 2  alangrus   2002-04-24 16:14:59 
On-line marketing strategy 1  simo   2002-04-24 10:22:16 
Re: Biting the B2B Merger Bullet 2  shahrulmiza   2002-04-24 02:01:44 
Re: U.S. Justice Department Launches eBay Anti-Competition Probe 2  Dancealot   2002-04-23 09:46:21 
Re: Microsoft, Bank One Ink Online Services Pact 4  larrimar   2002-04-23 00:02:17 
Re: Bugging Over Bezos' Bargain Book Bin 2  drneville   2002-04-19 13:31:58 
Re: Net Grocer Tesco.com Spells Respect C-U-S-T-O-M-E-R 9  townsend   2002-04-19 02:18:35 
CRM Email Software for Non Profits 1  heididuffey   2002-04-17 15:46:55 
Re: GartnerG2: Postal Rate Hike Will Drive E-Billing 2  russjaz   2002-04-17 14:29:51 
Re: AOL Casts Blame in Wrong Place by Casting Out Schuler 4  JohnL   2002-04-15 15:48:59 
Re: Bye-Bye, Yahoo!? 3  tatn2000   2002-04-12 22:18:16 
Re: The Devious Traps of Web Comparison Shopping 2  tracypagenz   2002-04-12 19:31:17 

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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.