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Re: Taking the Server Home  Chris Maxcer  2008-07-04 20:13:16
The Ultimate Home Server is here ...  FredSource  2008-07-04 20:19:23
Re: Genomics Meets Sacramento  Sonia Arrison  2008-06-27 05:02:43
Your DNA  realitycheck  2008-07-01 16:06:57
Welcome the age of Gattaca  aferozpu  2008-06-27 06:48:22
Re: Google Media Server: A Giant Toe in the Door?  Erika Morphy  2008-07-01 14:10:04
Google's new Media Server  import10  2008-07-01 14:18:06
Re: Post-Gates: How Apple and OSS Are Making For a Better Microsoft  Rob Enderle  2008-06-30 07:13:48
Didn't realize this was a humor mag...  insight2atlas  2008-06-30 16:15:37
Re: 10 Great SEO Tips, Part 1  Paul Korzeniowski  2008-01-23 03:55:56
Good Basics  jds2mpo  2008-06-30 09:21:37
Re: Study: Cities Hungry for Tech Workers  Walaika Haskins  2008-06-29 07:38:14
More AeA data  -weaver-  2008-06-29 07:56:12
Re: Mars Water-Life Connection Tenuous, Scientists Say  Katherine Noyes  2008-06-23 15:28:48
MORE THAN WATER AND ICE..  Pakman  2008-06-25 06:59:21
Re: Study: Social Networking Teens Learn 21st Century Skills  Paul Walsh  2008-06-23 11:48:46
Holds true to my experiences talking to inner city kids about web  marianmerritt  2008-06-23 11:54:06
Re: Learning From Contrasts  Rob Enderle  2008-06-23 05:10:12
Learning from Contrasts--I wish!  Dantastic  2008-06-23 09:19:47
Re: Smartphone Operating Systems, Part 1: A User's Guide  Vivian Wagner  2008-06-19 13:19:33
Mace is wrong  davesmall  2008-06-21 08:19:28
Lack of iPhone physical keyboard NOT an issue...  vics43  2008-06-19 13:38:09
Re: Gamers Spawn Bizarre Beasts With 'Spore Creature Creator'  Walaika Haskins  2008-06-20 15:40:08
Massively Single-Player?  zombienerd  2008-06-20 18:55:05
Re: Apple Sizzling Release, Microsoft's Warm and Fuzzy Fest, HP's Big Bang: The Summer Heats Up  Rob Enderle  2008-06-16 04:25:11
iPhone  gybognarjr  2008-06-18 14:05:46
HP using multi-touch huh? .....riiiiiiiight.  Olternaut  2008-06-17 10:10:58
Rob, you're biased. Admit it.  bouncyruss  2008-06-17 02:51:57
Once again, You dump on Apple and make glaring factual errors doing so.  dralien  2008-06-16 09:02:35
Re: Hellish Ordeal Ends for State Worker Caught in Child Porn Malware Snare  Chris Maxcer  2008-06-17 19:53:17
Incompetence in government IT  coxpc  2008-06-18 09:01:08
Who cares? It's just a little psychological torture, no biggie.  Pause2Reflect  2008-06-17 22:14:48
Re: RAND: Foreign Talent Helps Keep US No. 1 in Science and Tech  Walaika Haskins  2008-06-14 15:55:52
Foreign Borns Dominate U S Science and Medicine  hadashito  2008-06-14 16:47:18
Re: Intel Antitrust: Trouble for All Tech Companies  Sonia Arrison  2008-06-13 08:14:46
Smells like Intel paid Sonia  aferozpu  2008-06-14 08:47:36
Successful Monopolists Can Move Past......  brettze  2008-06-13 15:05:55
Is Intel One trick Pony???  brettze  2008-06-13 15:01:18
I would be damned only if ....  brettze  2008-06-13 14:45:15
I am not a bleeding heart, but....  brettze  2008-06-13 14:32:10
The Timeframe is also Important.  BT62  2008-06-13 12:57:55
Got the facts wrong  alcapwned  2008-06-13 11:15:32
Totally Off Base  FHirsch  2008-06-13 10:42:56
Re: Verizon to Offer Starter Centro Smartphone as iPhone Alternative  Walaika Haskins  2008-06-12 15:20:59
IPhone and Verizon  Charm7  2008-06-12 17:40:52
What's an iPhone look alike without the Apple OS?  azkobushi  2008-06-12 16:03:09
Re: Computex: All Things Non-iPhone  Rob Enderle  2008-06-09 05:16:34
Yes but you surf to!  James123  2008-06-09 05:21:48
Re: Do Educational DVDs Make Babies Blockheads?  Walaika Haskins  2008-06-08 07:18:43
Maybe the study should be redone. I've had tremendous success with DVDs  awesomechild  2008-06-08 07:42:13
Re: Exergaming: A Worthy Exercise Alternative?  Ricky Bills  2008-06-03 12:12:51
Exergaming a welcome evolution  XRGamerOne  2008-06-03 20:28:25
Re: High-End Home Entertainment Heading Downstream  Bill Ablondi  2008-06-03 06:23:12
Don't Forget Furniture  lovesac  2008-06-03 06:28:50

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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.