There's a really cool blog out there called Dr. X's Random Associations. Now the good Doc is a PhD doc not an MD one and he has a wide variety of stuff there (forget his malt liquor cure for cancer). This one is worth your time:
The Future of Bundled Digital Services I don't know the details, but this looks interesting: IMAGINE that for $33 a month you could buy Internet service twice as fast as what you get from Verizon or Comcast, bundled with digital high-definition television, unlimited long distance and international calling to 70 countries and wireless Internet connectivity for your laptop or smartphone throughout much of the country. That’s what you can buy in socialist cowardly France, and you can get similar speeds and prices are available in other countries with competitive markets. But not in the "Free Enterprise" United States. Prices here are three to five times that much for the fastest speeds — the highest prices among advanced economies.

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