Isaac Comer-Wyrd 
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Re: “The tech issue:
Google's Big Gig is still a guessing game - one with room for many winners

Speaking as someone who does live in KC, I'm getting increasingly frustrated at the total lack of anything even vaguely approximating actual information on this project coming from Google.

This Pitch article is dated May 1st 2012.

This article I link
http://gigaom.com/broadband/has-google-cha…
is from May 25th.

It's starting to look like there may be no Google fiber to the home. That'd be very sad. Since, for me, the whole point of the exercise was to force telco and cable to have *real* competition.

The current $50 per month for sorta-kinda high speed Internet with lots of congestion and throttling is ridiculous.

Go to any other developed country and see the state of their broadband. All of them make the U.S.'s look like a joke. They all have higher bandwidth for less cost. That's kinda the Big Secret That They Don't Want You To Know where "They" = Comcast, Time Warner, AT&T, etc.

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Posted by Isaac Comer-Wyrd on 05/31/2012 at 11:59 AM

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