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Sunday, July 08, 2007

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Brian Hayes

Thanks for a diligent new post.

Methinks we must shame providers as they leave us behind highly ranking nations.

We've defined a universal service goal that we must relentlessly assure across our population. And unless we sink further, our market growth depends on greater broadband to keep a position that propels sophisticated development. More than the tech sector is at stake.

It's time to increase compliance and delivery in order to broaden the market not merely broaden the bandwidth.

(Plus, I look forward to the day when it's not important if I type 500bps or 500Kbps or envy 5Mbps.)

Henry E. Powderly II

I article misquoted me -- a fellow journalist from Long Island. I knew about the wire and I was not concerned.

Here's my story:

http://libiz.blogspot.com/2007/07/associated-press-used-me-dammit.html

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