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Re: Engineering Meets Management, Part 1: A Recipe for Excellence  R.N. Prasad and Seema Acharya  2011-02-04 09:46:07
Agile Software Development Methodology  adhawade  2011-02-06 21:26:42
Post  lniedzielski  2011-02-04 09:49:15
Re: 'Cyber Army' Attacks Twitter, Iran Green Movement Site  Richard Adhikari  2009-12-24 00:18:58
Iranian Cyber Army Attacks Twitter or was It the FCC  byMassingale  2010-12-25 19:00:59
Re: Iranian Cyber Army Attacks Twitter or was It the FCC  byMassingale  2011-02-03 16:40:25
Re: Protesters Jury-Rigging Workarounds for Egypt's Internet 'Kill Switch'  Mike Martin  2011-01-31 12:32:28
"Jury rigged" properly used in title  arthouse  2011-02-01 09:16:30
"Jury-Rigging"?  oneangryman  2011-01-31 14:11:28
Kill....Switch  StFi  2011-01-31 13:55:53
Re: A Brilliant Future for the Smart Home  Gene J. Koprowski  2003-08-05 11:16:10
reply  kayostar  2011-01-31 02:40:07
A truly smart home  ianmercer  2010-05-26 09:10:28
Re: Is True Do-Not-Track a Pie in the Sky?  Richard Adhikari  2011-01-28 07:31:27
Another empty promise  jescott418  2011-01-28 07:34:51
Re: Road Warning: Swarms of Texting Teens Ahead  Erika Morphy  2009-11-18 11:04:30
measure of control  ConradW  2011-01-28 04:58:59
Looks like..  Heywes  2011-01-26 14:03:07
Re: Firefox Do-Not-Track Feature Seen as Toothless  Mike Martin  2011-01-24 14:30:16
advertisers rule  jescott418  2011-01-26 03:52:11
Re: Nvidia Barreling Ahead With Tegra 2 3D  Richard Adhikari  2011-01-24 12:21:14
3D  TweetDeckTV  2011-01-24 12:44:31
Re: Location-Based Services Are Becoming Social Network Outcasts  Sidney Hill  2011-01-10 11:22:58
Interesting article...but :)  LocationFever  2011-01-23 07:28:00
me too  marta80  2011-01-14 12:43:56
Go back to business school! (If you ever went...)  tony4life  2011-01-10 11:30:49
Re: The Long Leap to Clear Mobile Payment Hurdles  Richard Adhikari  2011-01-21 08:03:58
Great article Richard  toddshingler  2011-01-22 22:47:25
Re: Scientists Crack Genetic Code for Rare Cancer That Beset Steve Jobs  Mike Martin  2011-01-20 16:28:43
Code cracking  JM_Brazil  2011-01-21 03:01:47
Re: Anticipating the Apple Saboteur in Motorola  Rob Enderle  2011-01-17 15:57:17
Interesting  glandro  2011-01-20 15:57:44
Re: Can Verizon Take the iPhone's Heat?  Paul Hartsock  2011-01-15 06:17:25
Me thinks not  aoeu  2011-01-15 08:33:39
Tracfone the losers  Jellybeanstout  2011-01-15 07:37:50
Re: IPv6 for a Day: Sampling the New Web World  Mike Martin  2011-01-14 05:37:09
IPv6 will provide well over 4 billion more...  I_am_Bob_Dole  2011-01-14 08:35:36
Only 4 billion more? More like 400 undecillion more  jessimckinnon  2011-01-14 07:49:48
Interesting  skear  2011-01-14 07:27:38
"well over 4 billion more"  BaxterWeiss  2011-01-14 05:43:45
Re: Freedom of Online Speech in a Post-Wikileaks World  Richard Adhikari  2011-01-13 12:26:17
Freedom of Online Speech in a Post-Wikileaks World  tpfmtmjbfhfd  2011-01-13 12:32:34
Wikileaks cables  voice  2011-01-13 21:44:54
Re: Can a Plain Old PC Beat Google TV and Apple TV?  Pam Baker  2010-11-15 02:34:40
Google TV  MirandaSB  2011-01-13 11:16:28
Re: The Social Phenomenon That's Tearing Us Apart  Sidney Hill  2011-01-12 06:52:44
With respect...  Kagehi  2011-01-12 09:29:13
Lack of respect for opposing views  jescott418  2011-01-12 07:55:35
Re: Motorola Unleashes an Android Onslaught  Paul Hartsock  2011-01-06 05:43:50
linux on the desktop!  madjr  2011-01-11 07:40:03
An evolving Motorola  Mr_Roboto  2011-01-06 07:22:48
Re: Repairs Delay Discovery Launch as Shuttle Program Winds Down  Mike Martin  2011-01-09 05:48:46
Way past its retirement  jescott418  2011-01-09 05:51:49

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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.