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December 01, 2004
NYC's broadband gap
The Center for an Urban Future has released a new PDF report on New York's Broadband Gap. It's an interesting, if not provocative, thesis: "Years after the Internet boom, businesses in several of NYC's largest commercial areas still can't access a reliable broadband connection at prices they can afford." Among the areas cited in the report -- Hunts Point in the South Bronx and the Brooklyn Navy Yard. The 26-page report concludes with a host of recommendations, such as the need to explore wireless Internet connectivity options.
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