The word “broadband” is enough to send the layperson to sleep. But even the least tech-savvy New Yorker can often be heard asking “How do we not have free WiFi in the city yet?”
And for fast-growing tech startups, it’s an issue of the utmost importance.
“Broadband quality is one of the first questions any Read More
Public Advocate Bill de Blasio is a proponent of equality. His approach has been slowly gaining steam in the mayoral race. In the most recent Quinnipiac poll of likely Democratic primary voters, Mr. de Blasio (21 percent) only trails Christine Quinn (27 percent).
Wired City: Mayor Bloomberg and Speaker Quinn worked toward making the city a tech hub. Were they successful?http://commercialobserver.com/2013/08/president-obama-visits-chattanooga-to-talk-jobs/
Mayor Bloomberg has been a vocal advocate of moving New York City toward the center of the tech world, but with the end of his third term approaching, the future of his vision is in jeopardy, especially where it concerns broadband technology. Throughout the day, Wired City will be publishing a series of interviews with several of this year’s crop of mayoral candidates, asking each where he or she stands on issues regarding broadband and how best to upgrade the city’s aging infrastructure.
Class Is in Session
This just in from the Department of OMFG: Josh Harris, the once and future king of web video, has launched a Kickstarter project to bring his long-simmering masterpiece, Wired City, to life.
Mr. Harris founded Jupiter Research, which went public during the heady dot-com days, turning him into a multi-millionaire, at least on Read More