Post-rural England and ubiquitous ICT

I increasingly view rural England, densely - but not uniformly - connected by 4G phones, high-speed broadband and a multitude of devices as having moved beyond the rural of 10 years ago, not the same as urban life but certainly past the rural as we often understand and see it represented - a post-rural situation.

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Rural Broadband is Failing – because we don’t agree about the ‘rural’.

A great deal of attention and a considerable amount of money has been poured into the question of broadband in rural areas of the UK. Most of it has focused on the role the BT plays in this process, their protection of information about the results of the public monies they have received and the … Continue reading Rural Broadband is Failing – because we don’t agree about the ‘rural’.