Thanks for the update about your broadband project. I'd love to hear about your decision-making process, and how you choose the communities you will invest in.I hope that whatever community you choose has a good community of individuals and developers, willing to take advantage of the network. After all, your network (I hope) is not a so much a service as a platform.I appreciate some of the specifics of your plan, such as open access and non-discriminatory traffic management. Make sure that principles such as these do not dissolve.Again, thank you Google. Oh, and go Vermont. ;]
Love this blog. As a federal employee, I'm looking for some help.Thousands of federal contract specialists (like me) faces the problem of a horrible search tool we have to use for finding acquisition regulations.(www.acquisition.gov/far). I'm looking to connect w/ one of Google's software engineers. Hopefully, this problem can easily be solved like the old search for US Patent & Trade Office (i.e. google.com/patents). It could also generate good PR for Google.Can you help?
Where ever this is built, I can not wait to visit.
As our neighbor we would love to have your service and be able to offer it to all our residents and business.Ron SweglesCouncil MemberCity of Sunnyvale
I'm not naming my first born Google or Topeka, but nevertheless I am spearheading a national movement to unite all the communities that replied to your RFI, and help bring broadband to more cities and towns - http://bit.ly/dkagbR. I believe this answers the question a lot of people have, which is, where do we go from here? 200,000 people are a lot of folks to get so excited about broadband that they write letters and do all kinds of goofy stuff to get it. But let's face it, most of these people aren't going to catch the brass ring. People should check us out if they want to make the most of all the work they've put into the RFI.Craig
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