America’s smallest state is seeking to become its first to offer a wireless broadband network from border to border.

Reuters reports on the innovative ideas hatching out of Rhode Island’s plan to drape the state with a wireless broadband network, such as linking up restaurants with the Health Department. (It may only cost residents $20 per month?)

I know if North Carolina sported wireless broadband in the mountains I would have saved a lot of gas money and spent many more enjoyable hours at the Ginger Cascades camp this weekend.

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