The right way forward is to have sufficient bandwidth that we can do pretty much anything we choose using public networks -- a true broadband infrastructure where packet-switched services (moving data around, at super-fast speeds, in little packages that are reassembled at the user's device) are the basis for all communications.
Instead, the game is on to create a parallel Internet. It'll still be packet-switched. But they won't call it the Internet anymore. That's an end game we should not encourage."
truth. i'm of the opinion that the internet, wired or wireless (be honest, whats the difference?), is a utility and should be treated as such.
Originally from the chicago area, i went to Brown University where i got a degree in CS and comp lit. I now work at a financial application tech shop in new york city.
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