|reply to Tzale |
said by Tzale:I understand the pessimism about a federally-built/managed system, but how about state-based systems? Just as bad? A little, or maybe a lot, better?
The current internet network works fine.
Does it? I guess it depends who you talk to...
I have FIOS here. Cool. I also have DSL and Cable options. Cooler. DSL, however, is on borrowed time. Cable isn't much of an option when it's the only other option. Why not have a state-based infrastructure with open access? What would specifically be bad about that? I can think of an awful lot of good things...