I agree with George. Internet access is practically a necessity now,
especially for businesses. It wont be much longer and broadband will
be expected in order to do any kind of business. It may not be for
survival of your life, but certainly it will hurt you financially.

On 11/9/05, Charles Wu <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> <snip>
> For example, electricity, gas and water are items that are needed for basic
> survival in the city.  Granted, these services have not always been
> available, but it is expected by all Americans that if they move somewhere,
> they can get those services.  Most people would not survive without these
> services.  Tell me how internet access fits that description.
> </snip>
>
> Is it not generally expected that Internet access be available in a similar
> manner?  If not today, what about 5-10 years from now
>
> -Charles
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