- Broadband Bytes for 2014-03-07 http://t.co/Oy63osQc8E ->
- More "smart meters are mind-controlling cancer boxes" derp in this letter to the editor about UTOPIA. http://t.co/f2c4XWX9r0 ->
- If the legislature wants better broadband, I've got a proposal of how to do that. It requires accountability. #utpol http://t.co/5k5lTCYbth ->
- More proof that wireless depends heavily on fiber. http://t.co/csTA6IBzSd ->
- HB60 joins SB190 in the purgatory of the rules committee, is effectively dead. #utpol http://t.co/acE4RGatjo ->
- This ridiculous article makes it sound like the Macquarie deal isn't the only serious option on the table. http://t.co/r7FT0YHxsi ->
- Should a cable company spend money on A) network upgrades and customer service or B) a theme park? http://t.co/qoQy63f4e0 ->
- CenturyLink 2013: "Nobody wants fiber. That's crazy talk." CenturyLink 2014: "Whoa! People want fiber? Who knew?" http://t.co/fOTcijtGrg ->
- Unshockingly, 43% of pay TV subscribers would like to swtich. If only they had some good options. http://t.co/INM7joqYjS ->
- Cable levels of reliability and customer service, now for your electricity. http://t.co/UGKbb9Vw7T ->
- More WiFi spectrum is coming, but it's still an extension code to fiber's power mains. http://t.co/tHxAsun97J ->
- Macquarie confirms some of the details of its deal with UTOPIA cities. #utpol http://t.co/AcoQ4hYjTo ->
- CBS pitches a fit over Aereo, one that would throw all of its affiliate stations under the bus. http://t.co/tODos8VS46 ->
- Verizon: "We'll give you FiOS when we're good and ready!" http://t.co/8lWv4KBK9Q ->
- Tim Berners-Lee isn't happy with how the web is being used today. http://t.co/ZR1mFUpG77 ->
- Go tell Salt Lake City what you think about Google Fiber. http://t.co/yKdqyniQcp ->
- I know one of the guys on this team (who is awesome), but I have doubts. Macquarie could finish FTTH by then. http://t.co/yrOfpqO2Xu ->
- Users are smart enough to not go for voluntary data caps. http://t.co/ghpzShTgBj ->
- Provo Mayor John Curtis gets some tough questions on turning over iProvo to Google. #utpol http://t.co/d9ij5WNBpt ->
- In which the NSA is considered a plague. http://t.co/nSP2DoVaYD ->
- Still have questions about Macquarie and UTOPIA? This FAQ from Centerville answers almost everything. #utpol http://t.co/rvqqUIrjBQ ->
- Google could be a top 10 ISP within a few years. http://t.co/gNN85LhYgn ->
- Zuck goes for the US government's throat. http://t.co/77OM5KwyOM ->
- Another lovely side effect of the Comcast-TWC merger: higher video rates. http://t.co/svdY2l4Ha5 ->
- Is SOPA about to make a comeback? http://t.co/lMcrPY7XIU ->
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