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Not-so-remote areas with internet ‘black holes’ renew fight for broadband

Inadequate service in not-so-rural areas fuels a push for nonprofit solutions.

AT&T CEO seems confident industry can kill Biden’s municipal broadband plan

AT&T thinks 10Mbps uploads are enough

MapLab: The High Cost of Wide Streets – The End of Carcatecture.

“As we embark on building back better from the Covid-19 pandemic, the time has come to return urban streets to people.”

What 631 Cities Tell Us About the Future

A record number of cities submitted proposals to Bloomberg Philanthropies’ Mayors Challenge this year. Their ideas show where urban innovation is headed.

Best and Worst States: Pros and Cons of Living in Idaho

Can you suggest more of the pros and cons of living in Idaho? Please share them with us

Food Bank Priorities Shift: Tackling the Root Causes of Food Insecurity

A new study has found that 68 percent of frontline organizations like food pantries and 80 percent of hunger advocacy organizations believe they should focus more effort on tackling the root causes of food insecurity, including poverty and structural racism within the food system.

Why some employees would rather quit than give up remote work

“As a result of this successful forced experiment, many company leaders rapidly changed their minds and embraced remote work as a more permanent solution moving forward,”

USDA Seeks Applications to Strengthen Rural Cooperatives and Improve Economic Conditions in Montana’s Rural Areas

USDA is making $5.8 million in grants available under the Rural Cooperative Development Grant (RCDG) program to help improve economic conditions in rural areas through cooperative development.

Purdue University Global launches free course on remote work

The five-module, self-paced course is designed to be completed in five to seven hours. It will provide organizational employees and leaders with the knowledge and resources to effectively contribute in remote work contexts.

Will Work-from-Home Work Forever?

The pandemic may be winding down, but that doesn’t mean we’ll return to full-time commuting and packed office buildings. The greatest accidental experiment in the history of labor has lessons to teach us about productivity, flexibility, and even reversing the brain drain. But don’t buy another dozen pairs of sweatpants just yet.