- And yet more gigabit that isn't Google, this time from Vermont. And at half the price. http://t.co/wDbUg2X2p6 ->
- CISPA dies, but probably in the same way a zombie does. http://t.co/mG27pV7zbc ->
- Special intro pricing may be dying off. http://t.co/pfJa605juE ->
- Broadband Bytes for 2013-04-26 http://t.co/ogxQ9qxw1H ->
- Learning the Wrong Lessons from iProvo and Google Fiber: A Rebuttal http://t.co/2Mv3sVpQon ->
- While we were waiting for a la carte, on demand happened, and that's what we really wanted anyway. http://t.co/NrbVzITsmx ->
- Yes, you're being tracked everywhere. http://t.co/WNTIEucOT9 ->
- The "Copyright Alert System" is so broken you can't even trigger it when you try. http://t.co/YaFufUSKNm ->
- The Utah Broadband Project wants your help with planning. http://t.co/a07aOzuMBe ->
- CenturyLink sues to keep getting government assistance. http://t.co/tVGFI40naz ->
- A telecom lobbyist in charge of the FCC? That couldn't possibly go wrong. http://t.co/0GUeGbnhci ->
- Nielsen is basically proving that it can't adapt to the shifting video landscape. http://t.co/zhYDlBQPxS ->
- FBI wants to mandate a backdoor in every service you use. http://t.co/nIElzRDglW ->
- CenturyLink finally decides that fiber is a Good Thing(TM)… in Omaha. http://t.co/aZzTBofKNe ->
- The attrition of video subscribers continues. http://t.co/VyB4uO6lnS ->
- More reasons you can't trust telcos: Verizon reneging on its NYC FIOS promises. http://t.co/4YUGbUuTTf ->
- Local channels are driving cable prices higher too. http://t.co/Bu83WFUlMl ->
- In a twist of irony, CenturyLink exec says legacy telcos have to change or die. http://t.co/trm3VTaVYA ->
- Want to watch a movie in full HD? That's be 54GB, please. http://t.co/ewfgx2FuT5 ->
- AT&T and Comcast are giddy at the new FCC head. http://t.co/d8KrsKYZuR ->
- You don't need Google to get a gigabit, part XII http://t.co/WSfOwwcC0W ->
- If UTOPIA is a boat anchor, why is Orem the only one sinking? http://t.co/Ll23OXzH1t ->
- Google fiber creeps into more Kansas City suburbs. http://t.co/L2QDiMp4nU ->
- I'm not the only one thinking CenturyLink isn't taking FTTH very far. http://t.co/iNKW5WKnja ->
- In America, CSRs serve you. In Soviet Comcast… http://t.co/1tnO3s3mkN ->
- Piracy drops when legal options are available. The converse is probably also true. http://t.co/2rpttT7eTm ->
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