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Dear Editor: With the recent heavy rains and flood watches, I found yet another reason to be thankful for home internet access. I was able to …
Based on ongoing surveys, the five-year estimates are the only comprehensive data set for the 2,316 counties with populations too small to produce accurate estimates each year.
LaShea Jackson used to be familiar with computers, but that was a decade ago, before she started working as a caretaker. Now she’s a case mana…
As executive director of DANEnet, Alyssa Kenney wants to promote digital literacy and the importance of "digital equity" in Madison.
Digital literacy courses have been scheduled in the Allied Drive and Kennedy Heights neighborhood as part of the city's Connecting Madison initiative.
A pilot program called Connecting Madison, which will bring affordable, high-speed internet access to four low-income Madison neighborhoods, is moving forward.
Columbia Telecommunications Corporation is embarking on a months-long strategic analysis of the concept.
The network will likely be in place by fall 2016 in four low-income neighborhoods in Madison.
One proposal focuses on fiber to the home, while the other two would utilize 4G/LTE networks.