- Broadband Bytes for 2015-03-13 http://t.co/Qn2bE4azfd ->
- The Tribune catches on to what I warned about a year ago: Google Fiber shortchanges low-income areas. http://t.co/jhfj6w38JQ ->
- Cable has two choices: embrace OTT or be forced out of the video business by consumer demand. http://t.co/wx2BBcZWZ1 ->
- Comcast plans on gigabit in 2016. http://t.co/8u1yqCs7br ->
- Uh, duh? Any halfway knowledgeable person would have told you that wired is better than wireless, period. http://t.co/0Y5kaXmwKx ->
- If Moffett is to be believed, Google lost 75% of the customers in Provo since taking over. Ouch. http://t.co/fancJ3qvSq ->
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