…and a chicken in every pot.
Brewster Kahle wants to network San Francisco. All of it.
“Basically, what we want is the expectation that if you open your laptop or personal digital assistant (PDA) at any given place, you have access to the open Internet,” he says. And, for Kahle, a slow network isn’t going to cut it. He wants to move data at the speed of DVD video. “Search, click, see movies,” he emphasizes. “Now, we’re not quite there yet. But that’s the idea.”