Monday, July 17, 2017

Kansas City Demands Freebie Internets!!!

Both rural and urban denizens of the Internets don't want to pay bills for gigabit speed. Here's the online infrastructure demand:

Kansas City nonprofits can make pitch for free Google Fiber service

Kansas City nonprofit groups can bid for a chance at free internet service from Google Fiber with proposals on how to overcome the separation that divides the city's digital haves and have-nots. The city's "Google Fiber Community Connections Challenge" is seeking entries from "nonprofits that are looking to bridge the digital divide," said a news release from the city on Monday.

4 Comments:

Anonymous said...

I'm a one-person nonprofit - gimme my free Google Fiber!

Anonymous said...

Google will dump fiber and sell it when the 10 year contract with KCMO expires in 2023.

Anonymous said...

I'm a negro GIBS ME DAT FREE STUFF

Anonymous said...

Thanks Obama for the entitlement of the free sh_t army.