Broadband as a public right of way (via Virtual Democracy)

I have often discussed net neutrality in my blogging sometimes at considerable length and sometimes with considerable passion. I have not discussed the broad band implications. I am not really familiar with broad band. This gentleman is.

He discusses this part of the issue with obvious knowledge. If you are interested in this aspect of the net neutrality issue, this is a good read.

James Pilant

Broadband as a public right of way This essay was written in support of the Super Santa Barbara 2011 art exhibit on net neutrality In the forty-one years since UC Santa Barbara became the third node on ARPANET (the government funded precursor to the Internet), generations of Santa Barbarans have been born into lifescapes increasingly dominated by “online time.” The growth of the Int … Read More

via Virtual Democracy