Sunday, September 28, 2008

Free the Airwaves

Free the Airwaves
Remember that fuzzy static between channels on the old TVs? Today more than three-quarters of those radio airwaves, or "white  space" spectrum, are completely unused. This vast public resource could offer a revolution in wireless services of all kinds, including universal wireless Internet. The FCC will soon decide whether to open this unused spectrum for general usage, and your voice matters -- a lot. So if you agree that freeing the white spaces represents a vote for the future of the Internet, please sign our petition and help spread the word about this campaign
Free the Airwaves
I remember back when the rumor of the google phone was happening that this was going to be part of the set up, a free phone with free wifi access. Then it just turned out to be Android. But I'm happy to see that this is still a possibility.
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