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Mapping and the Rural US…

February 26, 2009 Leave a comment Go to comments

This piece from the New York Times helps to justify the $350 million portion of the stimulus bill slated to map all the areas of the United States with less than adequate accessbility to internet broadband service.  While this information may be easily accessible by asking internet providers where their respective services extend to, the companies themselves may not be so willing to volunteer that information.  Either way, it seems that internet accessbility is a major component of education availability and communication accessibility in the stimulus bill.

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Kenneth E. Liwag; Rutgers University Planning Intern; VERTICES, LLC.

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