Wireless Boston

Just to let Mike know I will stick around. Here is a blurb related to the ongoing work to get community wireless in place in parts of Pittsburgh. From the AP and via wired.com is this article how Boston is contemplating setting up a non-profit to huild and maintain a city-wide wireless network. Here we are funneling mostly foundation money via a non-profit to a commerical company to build and run a limited version of the same. Is this a variation on a theme or something radically different? However we are doing it: What is the current plan for something online covering downtown? September?

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