From credit card processing to college applications, much of modern life revolves around the internet. But while high-speed broadband service is taken for granted by many Americans, close to 20 million, or six percent of the population, still lack access. As a result, some towns without broadband are coming up with innovative solutions to get and stay connected. Thurman, a small town in upstate New York, takes the lead in this arena with its integration of a white space network.
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Cracking the Code of Internet Access
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