F2C: Freedom to Connect

Well, I’m about to take off for the Freedom to Connect conference in Washington DC. That’ll explain any upcoming odd missives posted from D.C. 🙂

The agenda is great—and the conversations in the lobby even better. (Organizer David Isenberg-—yes, that Isenberg—explains the theme of this year’s conference quite nicely.) If you have an interest in the internet and public policy and ever get a chance to go you really ought show up. I hope to visit with good people, a few of which occasionally read this blog, and soak up a some bright approaches to my most recent interest: Lafayette Commons.

(Oh yeah: Lafayette will be well represented…Terry Huval will present on our Fiber to the Home project. David has been a stauch supporter.)

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