Well, looks like I overpromised on my blogging. I had all these great plans for last week, and then real life and (thankfully) real work hit me in the chest like a sledgehammer.
As some of you may be aware,
The excellent Bill St Arnaud posts a very interesting analysis today of the Google Fiber project in Kansas City on his blog under the title Google’s secret strategy with the Kansas City Fiber project. In this post, Bill states
The Google Fiber blog released an interview of a Google Technical Manager talking about the deployment (in a heavily PR oriented way) a few days ago entitled: A Construction Update. It's frustratingly short and although it leaves me wondering
For a number of weeks now, we've been hearing that Google has entered some troubled waters when it comes to its Kansas City Fiber project. The first customers were supposed to be connected in early 2012, and that's clearly not
Google announced a few minutes ago on its policy blog that it had chosen Kansas City as the partner for its community FTTH deployment. The announcement is published in a blog post entitled (aptly enough) Ultra High-Speed Broadband Comes to