A good move for breaking down the digital divide. Residents still need to purchase hardware, but an ISP costs significantly more than a $50 Wi-Fi card. Throw in some cheaper Wi-Fi phone handsets and you've got a complelely transparent, public telecommunications network. This really seems inevitable, doesn't it? Slashdot AP
After three years of art directing In These Times--and nine years of living and studying in the Midwest--I returned to the northwest in 2005 to start Gridwork and focus solely on web design.