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Re: Enterprises Ready to Shake Out Some IPv6 Bugs With Worldwide Test 2  pingv6   2011-06-02 09:52:19 
Re: Browser War: What Is It Good For? 3  knowledgenotebook   2011-05-31 15:09:09 
Re: Intel Envisions the Rise of the Ultrabook 2  knowledgenotebook   2011-05-31 12:59:08 
Re: Could Google Be the Most Dangerous Company in the World? 19  thewesternarc   2011-05-31 01:27:13 
Re: Android Seen Reaching for Its Wallet 2  jescott418   2011-05-25 15:50:17 
Re: Lone Wanderers: No Warmth of the Sun for Some Planets 2  bhound56   2011-05-19 10:43:32 
Re: Sony's Spanking New PSN Security Marred by Password Exploit 2  jescott418   2011-05-18 17:09:53 
Re: The Antisocial Social Networking Bill 3  Wobbles303   2011-05-18 06:25:11 
Re: FBI May Hunt Down and Destroy Botnets in Zombie PCs 4  Scanjo   2011-05-14 12:03:27 
Re: Google Polishes Up Some Shiny New Chrome Hardware 5  jescott418   2011-05-13 07:26:56 
Re: CEOs Gone Wild: You Can't Make This Stuff Up 2  jescott418   2011-05-09 11:15:41 
Re: The Sony Horror Hacker Show 2  Flu17   2011-05-09 05:49:59 
Re: Data Caps and Web TV: Heading for a Clash? 7  Flu17   2011-05-09 05:44:24 
Re: YouTube for the Enterprise? Adobe Unleashes Flash Media Server 4 4  Flvplayer   2011-05-07 02:17:42 
Re: Giving Mobility a Seat at the IT Table 2  Janet_G_at_Intel   2011-05-03 17:26:48 
Re: Will the Tablet Follow the PC Path or the iPod Way? 3  msbpodcast   2011-05-02 10:28:55 
Re: Mobile Health Apps, Part 1: Taking Your Life Into Your Own Handhelds 2  mobiThinking   2011-04-28 03:39:23 
Re: Nook Color Becomes Dwarf Star in Tablet Universe 2  jb4h   2011-04-25 14:00:05 
Re: So, Is Apple Cheating? 4  StephenPace   2011-04-24 15:16:53 
Re: The Virtual Workplace: Lean and Green 2  optioneerJM   2011-04-22 14:36:56 

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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.