The Rural Broadband Challenge: Use It - E-commerce successes in rural Montana
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Broadband doesn't produce jobs, people do, and they need training in best practices and entrepreneurship and trusted networks of support.
Rural broadband access is just half the battle -- maybe less than half, says Frank Odasz.
By Frank Odasz Lone Eagle Consulting http://lone-eagles.com/ from Dillon, Montana
Frank Odasz and Lone Eagle Consulting 2009 Update
National and International Rural and Indigenous Broadband Training Best Practices Advocacy http://lone-eagles.com/update2009.htm
How to market a remote location that's electronically connected: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yXnu6qquvHI
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