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Big Wi-Fi Project for Philadelphia

An article in the New York Times reports a Big Wi-Fi Project for Philadelphia within the next two years. Sections of New York are this way, but having an entire city is the next step. Critics of the plan say that there is not enough demand for wireless in Philly. I say, built it and they will come.

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