- Broadband Bytes for 2014-11-14 http://t.co/gBo0jPbs4l ->
- What muni broadband critics miss: those projects create much more local benefit than incumbents. http://t.co/FdX180Qrz2 ->
- The current trend on the Internet is cableization. That's bad. http://t.co/wLI8REziex ->
- Super embarrassed by their customer service, Comcast vows to do everything possible to fix it… except spend money. http://t.co/8aV016WUrh ->
- The FCC demands that AT&T prove that net neutrality is what's causing them to stop fiber-to-the-press release. http://t.co/WUXOQdILMa ->
- A streaming video group that doesn't include Netflix, YouTube, or any telco probably won't do much good. http://t.co/JWyS5xJS7O ->
- Congresscritters don't get tech issues? Isn't that a headline from two decades ago? http://t.co/n3huKXJH11 ->
- Trying to sneak the worst parts of SOPA into an unrelated bill is pretty skeezy. http://t.co/eNZvNW3Vlr ->
- Ready for a big tax hike to pay incumbents to deliver second-rate broadband to schools? Me neither. http://t.co/GEHdFEKjja ->
- NYC is turning pay phones into WiFi hotspots. http://t.co/riEpLYnlQ1 ->
- You hate cable companies more than anyone else. "Thank" Comcast, Time Warner, and Charter. http://t.co/ImLCHjXVsm ->
- You've probably hit rock bottom when people yearn to get AT&T back. http://t.co/1BQ5RNaGpz ->
- The Utah Broadband Map has been freshly updated. http://t.co/e14eOAC7AG ->
- Now you can track the cable guy like you're the NSA. http://t.co/rXnCj3DMMl ->
- Clueless CenturyLink thinks customers want crappy ADSL, not gigabit fiber. http://t.co/gGDG945pcM ->
- The media industry beat Aereo to within an inch of its life, then let it bleed to death in the alley. http://t.co/av940CI1FE ->
- Overpriced US broadband slows adoption? Who knew? http://t.co/JMsvAYAsUS ->
- Can a free ad-supported model work for online video? http://t.co/busxy6nSx4 ->
- China is trying to make widespread censorship the Internet default. http://t.co/5sDBSieN9y ->
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