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Dana Floberg Jul 17
Today I found a graph of U.S. tech adoption over time. The article claimed cable & internet have plateaued b/c it's difficult to build out to rural areas. Which, sure, but see this electricity curve?? See the landline phone curve? There's more going on here.
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philanthrobot 15h
How might we allow Tajikistan to interpolate less wonderfully?
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Fake Ajit Pai Jul 15
Everyone knows that having fewer ISP options will close the faster. Paralysis of consumer analysis threatens our economy.
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Connect Americans Now 2h
Local representatives in California know the importance of accurate broadband mapping data. Accurate data is essential to eliminating the .
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Dana Floberg 23h
Replying to @dana_flo
I mean, look at these maps. If >70% of Mississippians have broadband available to them, but only <20% actually use high-speed internet, maybe the problem is NOT totally an access problem?
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Dolan Beckel 18h
Better connectivity for all and more funds to close the digital divide. This week San Jose sailed past 500 small cells permitted.
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Connect Americans Now Jul 18
Great to see the FCC remains committed to innovative solutions like TV white space to close the in !
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STMicroelectronics Foundation Jul 16
Thank you for this testimony We are glad to have a partner like you that help us to fight against Digital Divide!
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The Web Foundation 7h
To prevent the from growing starker, the telecoms industry must consider the impact of social media taxes on the bottom income earners — especially women — who are hit in a considerable fashion. 📝 's latest blog ⬇️
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Christina Gordon 3h
We can't underestimate the effect of the on students who are lacking access. If every student is to be prepared for success, they need equal access.
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The Marconi Society 2h
Bridging the homework gap for children - is available now. See how you can help.
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Connect Iowa Jul 18
Compton, California is Looking to Bridge the -- August 12-16th state officials and local leaders are hosting the first annual Compton Tech Week. Learn more here:
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Explore Beyond 22h
Can you imagine life without the ? 26% of Americans who live in rural communities don't have to guess. They're still not connected! Luckily, there are folks out there working to close the each day:
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CartoVista 4h
Flawed Federal Communications Commission maps show risks of improper data collection and mapping to important social issues. Let's help make maps better!
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Fake Ajit Pai Jul 16
Don’t forget to recognize AT&T’s heroic shareholders who have been quietly bridging the one small cell at a time.
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Rost Modern 6h
Important from a / rural standpoint, too! What's really needed is community driven that about "energy efficiency. Or local responsiveness"
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USTelecom Jul 18
Our pilot Broadband Mapping Initiative is a coordinated effort to create a more accurate map of broadband access, useful for better addressing the .
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Dawn Bazely Jul 18
Great Storytelling panel with & Dr. H Poinar. Seeing Hannah is making me feel guilty about my unfinished 🐅 article with , started in Jan 2018! My excuse expired long ago 😬😳.
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Open Tech Institute Jul 17
The map shows the difference between the median internet speeds ISPs report to the and real speed tests by . Here in DC, speeds are 10Mbps slower than reported.
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RightMesh Jul 17
The largest barriers to mobile internet connectivity in are infrastructure and affordability. uses the devices people already have, their phones, to make digital services accessible and affordable.
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