Summary:

Alan Wirzbicki, of The Boston Globe looks at the phenomenon of how tiny towns across the country are breaking free of incumbent lethargy and building their own broadband networks. Stamford, Vermont built one for $10,000.

Alan Wirzbicki, of The Boston Globe looks at the phenomenon of how tiny towns across the country are breaking free of incumbent lethargy and building their own broadband networks. Stamford, Vermont built one for $10,000.

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