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Selina Rodriguez, 19, uses a computer with a city-provided ethernet connection at the Valencia Gardens Computer Center.

City’s Effort to Bridge the Digital Divide with Free Broadband Disappoints Many

With great fanfare and a Valencia Gardens visit from Federal Communications Commission Chairman Julius Genachowski, San Francisco’s Broadband Project premiered in 2009 with a simple idea for bridging the digital divide: free Internet access for...

Long Exposures and Sunny Vibrations

Have you ever wondered why your wireless signal doesn’t extend as far as you think it should? It could be the chicken wire in your walls, according to the Wall Street Journal. Apparently the fencing...