A Journey to High-Speed Internet in Rural Minnesota

I’m struggling to get my head around video.  I’m a book guy, not a movie guy—I have a face for radio, not TV.  But I know people learn through stories and the oral storytelling tradition is far more ancient than the written word.  As I’ve adapted to adopting broadband this last year, I’ve also been trying to open my mind to online video beyond the short-form music video.

The Blandin Broadband Initiative has produced a mini-documentary (documette?) telling the story of three rural Minnesota places working to bring broadband infrastructure to all members of their communities.

It’s a nice story, maybe you can learn something to take back to your community.


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