I think that community broadband will have more credibility when one is
actually up and running and proven.
Until then, I really don't need to hear any more "We are going to get a
2Mbps circuit at a cost of $5,500 per month for our no-profit wireless
network". (Heard this twice now from 2 totally seperate parties).
On Sun, 28 Dec 2003 09:52 pm, Michael Hallager wrote:
That is so right. Apart from us very-minority
nerdy type, your average
Joe Bloggs dosn't give a toss about broadband.
Comparing us with Asian countries is a redhearing as well - your average
New Zealander dosn't live in an apartment in a crowded city and replace
their mobile phone every month just to have the "latest model".
Thats very interesting... I live in Australia and here it's anything but..
Boardband take up has been very powerful here and I think the ideas DiG is
tossing around have alot of future.
Well they do here. I think comunity BB projects are something we NEED too
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