While it is a fascinating political science question exactly how the Democratic Congress should deploy their resources over the comming months, here is an idea that’s close to my own trade.
One of the first things I’d like to see would be hearings on the Hill about Japan and Korea and Finland and who knows what other countries being 10 times as fast in broadband as the U.S., with far more uptake. Who? How fast? How did they do it? What of that can the U.S. apply? What advantages does the U.S. have that those countries don’t?
Great idea John!
If you’re looking for the future of telecom, don’t search within the US telecom industry. It’s not hidden here anywhere. I’ve looked. –via Martin