How does a state that values independence, self-reliance and economic prosperity allow absentee-owned corporations to pass a law essentially granting two industries - cable and telephone - the power to dictate North Carolina's broadband future?
Distance Learning Video from Northern Wisconsin
The Building Community Capacity through Broadband project from the Extension Service of the University of Wisconsin has released a new video about remote education opportunities that require broadband. We covered their previous video here.
In it, we learn that some of these remote learning programs are closed to people using dial-up. I wonder how many years it will be until those with basic DSL are similarly shut off due to their hobbled capacity.