Economics don't result in a good solution, no.
On 23-aug-2005, at 23:24, Richard Z wrote:
US is trailing other industrial countries in broadband penetration
I'm not sure that's the case, AFAIK the US holds its own.
because no carrier is interested in investing and building
an infrastructure to be shared by their competitors. The only way they
argue to get the industry out is to have a few large companies with
So I guess the choice is between lots of broadband against monopoly
prices or less broadband at lower prices?
Now I didn't take all that much economy in school, but something
there doesn't sound right...