Ideas come from discussion.
You have raised some very good points below. I choose to address the most
important of theses...
On Sun, 28 Dec 2003 23:26:40 +1300, Michael Hallager wrote
I get the strong impression that many of the posts
here are so pie-
in-the-sky idealistic dreams from non internet industry people, that
they are a red herring. With all due respect, if [you know who you
are] can deliver a 10mbps connection to our neighbourhood for 10
bucks per month of even 20 bucks per month, per house, I suggest
that you go ahead and do it. Getting broadband into schools requires
realistic and achievable methodlogy and importantly ACTION, not
WORDS. Above I have put my money where my mouth is.
I await a reply
(claimed) screaming hoards wanting cheap bandwidth....
It would seem to me that most people in New Zealand aren't crying out for
anything faster than a 56k modem based on what you guys have had to say on
this and other lists I've been following for the past few weeks.
People seem very content with Microsoft products and using Telecom for their
Would you agree?
The technology exists to give every home 10mbits per second for $10 per month!
Ask not what your telephone company should do for you...
...but what you can do for your broadband community!