- Desperation for quality broadband creates an opening for scammers. http://t.co/qx8vTesdq5 ->
- Lack of compelling wireline options drives users to high-margin wireless. That's bad. http://t.co/TgJnRU5QiW ->
- The rise of the Internet has been very good to indie musicians. http://t.co/I1dGGrKaLq ->
- Broadband Bytes for 2013-05-31 http://t.co/HF7DJZyLEy ->
- Is Orem worrying more about UTOPIA than their shifting tax base? The answer seems to be yes. http://t.co/ERF2cC73qt ->
- Provo tries to convince UTOPIA that giving away the network and keeping the debt is a good deal. http://t.co/Xpmvy3RHeT ->
- CrowdFiber wants to help you roll your own. http://t.co/JXPuYuhRe4 ->
- Got your wireless hopes up? Too bad the fast stuff is expensive, power-hungry, and very short-range. http://t.co/JOZY5u3qZx ->
- Comcast continues to insist that nothing in broadband is broken. http://t.co/mdAF2tegTW ->
- The louder they protest, the more they probably have on the line. http://t.co/yHM6SAKNXW ->
- If your career has been in ISDN-based services, it's probably past time to move into a new field. http://t.co/kAUu6WTJFx ->
- Provo keeps talking about businesses, but Google still has zero plans for them. http://t.co/blGZ3NLKjS ->
- Got a question for UTOPIA? Ask it in an hour in the Tribune's live chat. http://t.co/ziS3IrtToA ->
- Pulling the plug is actually more expensive than the status quo. Chew on THAT. http://t.co/Rwa1txoiGa ->
- Broadband is still a growth sector. http://t.co/MgHwuKWOnS ->
- Make it easy to access content and your piracy rates will plummet. http://t.co/jFfnSM4Ks3 ->
- Verizon keeps killing wired service to benefit cable buddies. http://t.co/WWW4bH8qX3 ->
- The FBI wants to spy on everyone AND try to keep others from doing so. Good luck with that. http://t.co/hikeNYrTr3 ->
- From the "World's Biggest Duh" department: http://t.co/2HWQ1kGyhr ->
- Remember when "experts" said the Internet would collapse under a bunch of traffic? Good time. http://t.co/LlU5drnwsc ->
- Veracity pushes ADSL2+ to South Salt Lake… and Orem? http://t.co/7XfPOvWgBw ->
- Stealth bombers, stealth fighters… and stealth fiber? http://t.co/Zbi5oDwihY ->
- In other news, expect even less investment in your home broadband connection. http://t.co/H9wGCutNLa ->
- This bar is low. UEN already deliveres 1Gbps or 10Gbps service. http://t.co/ylkaXq19AB ->
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