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Getting wired: Rural towns offer own high-speed connection

Bill aims to shield municipal service

By Alan Wirzbicki
Globe Correspondent / September 18, 2005

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WASHINGTON -- Until this summer, C. J. Vadnais was one of a dying breed: a computer professional who still depended on dial-up Internet service, a technology that's quickly becoming as antiquated as a slide rule. (Full article: 827 words)

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