The story is about wifi hotspots, not usually major topic here, but it is interesting and revealed a few places I didn't know had wifi.
Otherwise the only remarkable note in the piece is a quote from Huval:
"As we deploy the fiber system, we may incorporate a wireless component as part of that (for consumers)..."That "may" is strange. Huval has twice publicly said that there would be wireless network for residents (@ Fiber Forum, @ Martin Luther King) and isn't hesitant to say so in person so I don't know why he'd pull his punches with the Advertiser. Durel too has repeatedly revealed his plans for WiFi--an old post about the value of wifi in a fiber-based ecology has a discussion on that. I'd hoped that we were through with coy, cautious language now that the bonds are sold...but old habits apparently die hard.
The Daily Advertiser - www.theadvertiser.com - Lafayette, LA