The Future of Philly Broadband

"Technically Philly" breaks down Philly's path on the information Autobahn

Today, five public computer centers will open throughout the city. The centers are the first of 70 planned for the Philly. With increased access to public computers—and the heightened availability of high-speed internet services through Verizon’s attempt to compete with the Comcast regime—Philly is on its way to becoming much more connected from a socioeconomic standpoint. High-speed internet access is becoming cheaper and more readily available for people throughout the city and—as detailed in the city’s Philadelphia 2035 report—will likely continue to become more inclusive. Soon enough, everyone in Philadelphia—regardless of social and economic class—will have instant access to funny cat videos. [Technically Philly]