In Washington, things may finally be starting to happen that will affect the creation of advanced information infrastructure. This follows a year of mostly words, minor symbolic actions, and procedural walkabouts. A paltry one per cent of the federal economic stimulus money had been allocated to broadband communications. Of this, a year later, the first small grants are now trickling out, just as the economic crisis has hopefully turned the corner. But a second concrete activity is approaching — a plan by the Federal Communications Commission on how to fill in the white spots on the geographic and social maps of broadband penetration.
Noam, Eli. "Is Telecom Infrastructure Peaking?" Financial Times, January 19, 2010.
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