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“Government should be laying broadband like Eisenhower laid interstates” according to John Hodgman

John Hodgman might be best known in the tech community as the “I’m a PC” guy on the Apple advertisements, but his career extends to all sorts of comedic and political bounds, making him an excellent source for the current Internet crisis in the U.S.

In 2006, Hodgman wrote on how Internet service providers would be able to content creators pay for faster speeds to the customers, before any of the net neutrality crusade started.

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