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The Philadelphia Plan: The “Wireless Philadelphia” network released their Request for Proposal today and expects their huge, 135 square-mile “city cloud” to be completed by late summer 2006. Philadelphia released the business plan with an RFP (pdf) and Business Plan (pdf) available on their web site. […]

  • The Philadelphia Plan: The “Wireless Philadelphia” network released their Request for Proposal today and expects their huge, 135 square-mile “city cloud” to be completed by late summer 2006. Philadelphia released the business plan with an RFP (pdf) and Business Plan (pdf) available on their web site. (via.)
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    1. port blocking:

      again…whos making the RIGHT alliances?

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    2. Well, i am not sure what you mean with that cryptic remark?

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