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We wrote yesterday about the effect the broadband stimulus bill may have on rural ISPs, and today we ran across a nice rundown of broadband access in rural America over at Daily Yonder. Their article takes the latest Census of Agriculture (2007) data, published this month, […]

We wrote yesterday about the effect the broadband stimulus bill may have on rural ISPs, and today we ran across a nice rundown of broadband access in rural America over at Daily Yonder. Their article takes the latest Census of Agriculture (2007) data, published this month, and uses the numbers as a proxy for rural broadband. It inspired us to grab this chart from the census, although for more details, check out the Daily Yonder story.

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  1. Couldn’t you make the pic a little big bigger?

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  2. [...] friends at GigaOM direct our attention to an interesting read over at Daily Yonder. The article analyzes data from [...]

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  3. [...] friends at GigaOM direct our attention to an interesting read over at Daily Yonder. The article analyzes data from [...]

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  4. [...] Broadband – 33% of Farms Have Broadband Connections February 12, 09 by admin Our friends at GigaOM direct our attention to an interesting read over at Daily Yonder. The article analyzes data from [...]

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  5. [...] friends at GigaOM direct our attention to an interesting read over at Daily Yonder. The article analyzes data from [...]

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  6. This map is not correct for ohio visit connectohio.org it is an up to date map of unserved and underserved areas including farmers.

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  7. [...] These deals could allow Verizon to build out its nationwide LTE network quickly (perhaps in some of the smaller towns that Clearwire (clwr) is hitting with its own WiMAX-based 4G network). It may also help meet the goals of the National Broadband Plan, which relies heavily on wireless for broadband competition in rural areas. [...]

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  8. [...] efforts of Verizon. Even Qwest is boosting speeds to 40/20 Mbps in some areas, although there are still plenty of people who would love U-verse speeds. Then there’s the looming specter of the National Broadband Plan, which includes the goal of [...]

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