Details of the Highlands and Islands BDUK proposal emerge - are they sufficiently ambitious?
Digital Scotland report shows an uncannily similar approach to thinking as many of the community network advocates and campaigners over the border. Now, will anyone this side of the border listen?
Communities take on the next steps with govt money -today.
the new face of VM's broadband campaign, the cheese-loving cartoon mouse Speedy Gonzales
it does take a £9bn monkey off his back
How are you going to spend our money for the BDUK projects? The detail has been ready a fortnight, care to share???
Highlands and Islands, North Yorkshire, and Cumbria and Hereford
Chancellor George Osborne and/or communications minister Ed Vaizey will sweeten the bitter pill of budget cuts with news of the three countries that BDUK will support in their pilot next generation ...
Using Twitter to mend the b0rked telephone
Chris Conder, the Lancashire cattle farmer turned fibre network installer, has been playing with radio, linking it up to fibre.
Surrounded as we are in rural areas by fields, it is difficult not to ponder their relationship to community broadband networks......
Which is fine, if your intention is to skew the debate towards fibre investment rather than broadband access.
Copper is for ....what? And fibre optics......?
use the money from the auction to buy Openreach out of BT
what he proposed to do about BT's alleged "predatory practices",
Can we continue to allow BT to dictate the pace of change to fibre optics as they are with Infinity?
Lindsey Annison's introduction to the Digital Dividend blog.
Iain Lobban, the head of GCHQ, the government's electronic spies, believes that if telecommunications companies, hardware and software vendors, and managed services providers could "come together", ...
It is crucial to determine whether an extended universal service obligation should be funded by the telecoms sector or the state budget