Is this too good to be true? Last week I visited a friend in Portland, and he suckered me into moving there. What really got me, in addition to what they have listed on the site was the free bus service in downtown, and that they supposedly use LIGHT RAIL transit systems. I was also told that their streets have bike lanes built in that allow individual lane space to each cyclist. [I have 3 - street bike, mountain bike, and recumbent]. Too good to be true, right?
Wow, Verizon DSL now provides static IP addresses to residential customers. This is a big change from other DSL providers' policies and practices which go very far to remove that capability. Is this the indication of a sea change in the high-speed access market? Will this new ability broaden demand for this as-yet unsuccessful service and usher in a new age of broadband web applications?