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FW: FW: Cable Modems and Choosing an ISP

  Well, I would think that they should be charged as though they are purchasing massive bandwidth for resale.
  From:  James Love[SMTP:love@Essential.ORG]
  Sent:  Wednesday, February 14, 1996 7:55 AM
  To:  Matthew L. Mandalek
  Cc:  Multiple recipients of list
  Subject:  Re: FW: Cable Modems and Choosing an ISP 
  On Wed, 14 Feb 1996, Matthew L. Mandalek wrote:
  > I attended the '95 Western Cable Expo in the Los Angeles area a few =
  > months ago.  Most of the cable companies and modem makers there had no =
  > idea what to do as an ISP.  They seem to be happier with simply =
  > supplying the transport and connecting to an existing 1st tier ISP.
      Fine.  What happens when they start wanting to share the revenue 
  with the ISPs who get access to the highspeed network?
  James Love, love@tap.org
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