[SBE] The future of Broadcasting.
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a9xw at cs.com
Wed Mar 17 15:11:36 EDT 2010
Since the 60's all I've heard about Fo was the "last mile" problems. So far in 50 years they still can't seem to solve the "last mile" of DC to light bandwidth for all. It always stops when the population density decreases to where it is no longer profitable to build farther.
From: Urban, Brian L <burban at kut.org>
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Never happen. Makes too much sense.
The University of Texas at Austin
On 3/17/10 4:10 AM, "Dan Slentz" <dan_slentz at yahoo.com> wrote:
I like Carl's idea. Fiber to every home. And it could be the WPA project of 2010.
What America needs is a goal to run one strand of fiber to every home and business in America. It could be the 21st Century CCC or WPA project. Send the out of work to a place and tell them to bring shovels and plan to have them run PVC with pull stings for the fiber. Wire America and lease the fiber out in 5 year chunks. The company that offers the lowest service price gets the contract. The fiber remains the highway of the people and is maintained by the income of the system. This needs to be done and then every home will have service. Why not. We invented the Internet. It was a government project. Why not take it all the way.
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