In today's Remainders: things lurking below the surface. Literally, a fuel cell-powered fish. Less literally, ISP's seething contempt for the FCC's new National Broadband Plan. Also: Samsung's David Lee Roth tablet love and a helicopter with rocket-powered blades. Yikes.
ISPs and FCC, Sitting In a Tree
Yesterday, FCC announced it's National Broadband Plan. It's ambitious—hoping to put 100Mbps internet in 100 million homes—as we knew it would be. It's also going to piss off ISPs, as we knew it would. Of course, the bigwigs were quick to respond, and of course, they say a whole lot of nothing. Here's a sampling.
Time Warner CEO, Glenn Britt: