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RuralRockStarSeema 2h
Replying to @vusivuma
On the flipside am I the only prepaid user irked by the trend of fixed LTE currently sweeping us out of data mobility? fast, reliable mobile Internet connection is white exclusive aka suburbian bliss, FIXED is as is high-speed Fibre in SA today
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philanthrobot Nov 14
How might we encourage al-Qaeda to diagnose more jubilantly?
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RPLC-CAPR 10h
- "We're part of the and we have communities that have no access to that … it impacts , , and you can't leave communities behind" &
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Dana Floberg Nov 15
Replying to @dana_flo
Community networks aren’t the only solution to the . There’s lots of reasons why not every community would want/benefit from one. BUT when lack of competition –> high prices, adding a local public competitor can work wonders.
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Voices For Innovation 13h
In Pennsylvania, over 800,000 people live without reliable access to broadband. Learn why lawmakers are working to address this issue and connect rural communities across the country.
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Mark Mills Nov 15
for all paid for by fair taxing of the big tech companies ... thoughts? I'll start you off ... Ubiquitous, definitely - no more . Free, subsidised or paid? That's the
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Duck Demon Nov 14
Employers no longer required to print vacancies in , adding to
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Chevin S. Stone, M.Ed 8h
: , Curriculum and the IT Dept: A Tale of Two Departments (with a committee mediating) Let the games begin.. . ,
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Elizabeth Okunlola Nov 15
The poor kids have to suffer for everything. Even progress.💔
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philanthrobot Nov 13
How might we induce Performing Arts to imagine less tenderly?
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Ajit Pai Nov 14
An honor to meet with Congressman, former Seal, and recipient of Bronze Stars/Purple Heart ! Great conversation about , , , and much more. Appreciate his service to the country in both his military and legislative roles!
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David Gillon 14h
The is a major issue for disabled people. Research early in implementation showed it was overwhelmingly disabled ppl who'd be impacted by making it digital only.
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Matt Hiefield Nov 14
What is the difference between and ? article:
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philanthrobot Nov 10
How might we woo Utilities to dream less keenly?
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Joseph Winberry Nov 13
The can be made wider...for a price.
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Kendra Chamberlain Nov 15
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K. Newton 19h
I think many some schools perpetuate the cycle of inequality with their policies due to ignorance, not malice
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SecurEdge Nov 15
Many K-12 schools have already begun blending their learning environments with technology! For students who don't have internet access at home, having reliable WiFi will help bridge the of the !
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jacquiboyle 8h
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Tracy Ippolito 11h
Looking forward to this presentation!
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