The impact of widespread broadband Internet is on the minds of Americans across the nation.
Take for the example the recent editorial in the Albert Lea Tribune in Albert Lea, Minn., where the newspaper lauded the efforts of Connected Nation and its partnership with the American Farm Bureau.
“The Internet’s benefits to the economy are undeniable,” the newspaper wrote. “They are like roads and someday as the Internet market increases it will stretch nearly anywhere.”
This discussion on the impact of broadband in both rural and urban areas is a worthwhile one, especially as states begin applying for broadband stimulus funds. At Connected Nation, we are actively monitoring this dialogue and are available to help states’ learn more about broadband stimulus funds.
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