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Allamakee-Clayton cooperative general manager Paul Foxwell said high speed Internet connections could spur development and stem the flow of young people to the cities.
The group last year decided to offer broadband in response to frustrations on farms, ranches and small towns that being unconnected hurts business, hampers access to health care and leaves students behind.
Farmers in central Missouri were stuffing notes into their electric bills asking whether the 25,000-member Co-Mo could do anything to help with broadband, the cooperative's General Manager Ken Johnson said.
The Federal Communications Commission estimates 39 percent of America's rural population is without access to fixed broadband at a benchmark speed of 25 Mbps for downloads and 3 Mbps for uploads, compared to 4 percent in urban areas.
Fiona Arnold, the director of the state's Office of Economic Development and Trade, said policy makers are concerned that the digital disconnect is increasing the "divide between haves and have nots, between rural and urban."
Broadband companies that answer to shareholders say scattered populations and difficult access make business unprofitable in much of rural America.
"Distance, density and terrain are always factors," said Mark Soltes, assistant vice president for public policy and government affairs for CenturyLink, the telecommunications firm which provides internet service in Colorado.
Does anyone remember Chief Engineer Argyle (left)? Of course not. (credit: CBS)
It's no secret there are plenty of Star Trek: The Next Generation fans around Ars. Your humble correspondent himself grew up on a TNG-infused diet, replete with Picardian ideals and Rikerian manliness. So we were ecstatic after discovering a new podcast—The Greatest Generation—that is re-visiting, episode by episode, all of TNG.
Video shot/edited by Jennifer Hahn. (video link)
A lot of popular fitness trackers aren't very active at all. They sit on your wrist counting each step you take, how long you sleep, and maybe a few workouts here and there. Jaybird's $150 Reign tracker is trying to do something a bit different.