Posted on August 10, 2009 at 9:31
High-speed internet remains a pipe dream for many remote communities, but some are bridging the digital divide on their own, says Jasper Gerard.
It’s hardly a reverential name for some of the most significant social pioneers in Britain today: “yogurt knitters”. But this is how armies of determined campaigners were dismissed when they set about bringing broadband to the countryside.
For just as it is probably rather tricky to knit yogurt, so sceptics said it would be… Continue