Least Connected

This link is to an award-winning article examining the lack of connectivity on an Idaho Indian Reservation. The article reminded me of the struggle people who live in North San Juan have with connectivity. There was a ridge top with some connectivity. Each morning cars gathered on a temporary parking area and with coffee cup in hand passengers downloaded their mail and crafted some replies, collected product orders, and work assignments and then went home. Later in the evening, the same groups of vehicles assembled to repeat the processes, with an additional movie download for the evening entertainment.

While this article is about connective on a Reservation, many other communities across America struggle for some connectivity.

Full Article is HERE.


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