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If we're Tech City, where's our WiFi?

Advocates blame delay of a key study, need for project czar

By Keith Reed
Globe Staff / December 20, 2005

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Wireless data networks are being installed free of charge in cities across the nation. But Boston, a city with a reputation for innovation and more than twice the population of some cities already luring big WiFi investments, isn't among them. (Full article: 888 words)

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