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Bill Moyers on Net Neutrality

Bill Moyers on The Net at RiskI don’t know if you watched TV last night, but I did and I can tell you it was excellent. I’m talking about Bill Moyers’ exposé on Net Neutrality. It explained a very complex issue in the simplest of terms that even I could understand.

Now more than ever I’m all for Net Neutrality and we bloggers have to do what we can to keep it that way or in the end we will all pay the price.

You can find more about it @ Bill Moyers PBS site.


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Written October 20th, 2006 by | Filed under: Miscellaneous Blog Tips , ,

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