Rural electricity anyone? Dear Friends,
For anyone dealing with educating children, the concept of having haves and have nots is heartless.
I argued here in the covad vs monopolies days, and still argue that because of the access to materials providing palpably better education, the state needs to intervene as it did in the rural electrification and telco acts to demand that companies owning basic infrastructures create facilities for the indigent.
x is the design flaw of an answer to a question no sane person would ask