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Re: Is Digg Destined for Quick Comeback or Eternal Rest?  Rachelle Dragani  2012-07-23 16:05:28
Re: Is Digg Destined for Quick Comeback or Eternal Rest?  jescott418  2012-07-23 16:07:41
Re: Twitter May Face Sisyphean Challenge in Protected Speech Battle  Erika Morphy  2012-07-22 11:33:50
Re: Twitter May Face Sisyphean Challenge in Protected Speech Battle  akcoyote  2012-07-22 12:17:59
Re: Skype IMs Go Rogue  Richard Adhikari  2012-07-17 16:27:33
Re: Skype IMs Go Rogue  chaimhaas  2012-07-18 08:06:12
Re: Our Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Password System  Tom Cross  2012-07-18 07:56:24
Re: Our Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Password System  Carlosson  2012-07-18 08:02:49
Re: Symantec Update Leaves XP PCs Feeling Blue  Rachelle Dragani  2012-07-17 13:48:45
Re: Symantec Update Leaves XP PCs Feeling Blue  jescott418  2012-07-18 05:46:59
Re: Did Jack Welch Destroy US Productivity?  Rob Enderle  2012-07-16 09:14:32
Re: Did Jack Welch Destroy US Productivity?  aoeu  2012-07-17 19:12:20
Re: Did Jack Welch Destroy US Productivity?  RandD  2012-07-17 06:55:07
Re: Did Jack Welch Destroy US Productivity?  kdt34wqx  2012-07-16 10:47:57
Re: $147M Patent Infringement Bill Rattles RIM  David Vranicar  2012-07-17 04:53:19
Re: $147M Patent Infringement Bill Rattles RIM  homeitservice  2012-07-17 04:55:54
Re: Yahoo Stuck Without SQL Injection Antidote  Paul Hartsock  2012-07-14 05:54:13
Re: Yahoo Stuck Without SQL Injection Antidote  martrinex  2012-07-14 05:58:06
Re: 4G: Whatever You Want It to Be?  Richard Adhikari  2010-11-03 18:59:04
Re: 4G: Whatever You Want It to Be?  spring201206  2012-07-13 02:25:47
That's why I left TMoblie . . .  farmerbob  2010-11-03 19:01:07
Re: Samsung Declared Winningly Unhip  David Vranicar  2012-07-10 23:15:40
Re: Samsung Declared Winningly Unhip  Mohamed_Rabia  2012-07-10 23:27:15
Re: DARPA Wants to Give Robots More Staying Power  Rachelle Dragani  2012-07-10 12:29:32
Re: DARPA Wants to Give Robots More Staying Power  gopherit  2012-07-10 12:48:56
Re: Samsung Galaxy Note 2 Goes for Phablet Fame  Richard Adhikari  2012-07-08 02:30:21
Re: Samsung Galaxy Note 2 Goes for Phablet Fame  millgate  2012-07-08 02:49:31
Re: CERN Researchers May Have Hooked Higgs  Richard Adhikari  2012-07-05 12:17:24
Re: CERN Researchers May Have Hooked Higgs  DovHenis  2012-07-06 23:31:53
Re: Apple's Language Lapse Irks Hong Kong iTunes Users  David Vranicar  2012-07-06 10:30:41
Re: Apple's Language Lapse Irks Hong Kong iTunes Users  johnbs  2012-07-06 10:35:40
Re: Put That Old GSM Dongle Back to Work  Patrick Nelson  2012-07-05 05:14:52
Re: Put That Old GSM Dongle Back to Work  jescott418  2012-07-05 05:16:45
Re: The Makings of a Viral Video Sensation  Pam Baker  2012-07-05 00:27:30
Re: The Makings of a Viral Video Sensation  webolutions  2012-07-05 02:03:45
Re: Google's I/O: Perfect Blend of Substance and Spectacle?  Peter Suciu  2012-07-03 23:32:10
Re: Google's I/O: Perfect Blend of Substance and Spectacle?  ghazlan  2012-07-03 23:42:04
Re: 5 Tips for Braving the BYOD Boom  Kevin Vlasich  2012-06-11 12:39:46
Re: 5 Tips for Braving the BYOD Boom  brendajulliard  2012-06-20 19:15:02
Re: 5 Tips for Braving the BYOD Boom  LikesIT  2012-06-11 12:40:47
Re: Machine Speak: Robot Baby Learns Words  Vivian Wagner  2012-06-20 00:03:27
Re: Machine Speak: Robot Baby Learns Words  ghazlan  2012-06-20 00:16:17
Re: Acer Pokes Retina With New A700 Tablet  Richard Adhikari  2012-06-19 00:54:25
Re: Acer Pokes Retina With New A700 Tablet  laugrace  2012-06-19 01:01:23

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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.