It sounds sinister, but is secretly awesome.
Article by David Lazarus for the LA Times
The problem with cutting the pay-TV cord is that you still need a high-speed Internet connection. No surprise, then, that the big telecom companies are jacking up fees for broadband access.
But I have two words that should worry the likes of Time Warner Cable, AT&T and Verizon Communications.
What's that? It's all the unused fiber-optic lines out there just waiting to be leased by go-getting entrepreneurs so they can light up boutique broadband systems and compete with the big boys.