Tag Archives: Bob Bocher

In time for the holidays

Frozen Tree

Forget the New York Times best seller list when deciding what to read on any days off you might have in front of you. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) released the second E-rate Modernization Order in plenty of time for you to print it out and stuff it in your carryon (if you’re lucky enough to be traveling somewhere sunny) ... Read More »

Panelists share insights, tools for boosting library and community broadband access at ALA conference

From E-rate to network neutrality, national attention is focused on the “need for (broadband) speed” to support innovation, learning and digital inclusion in the modern world. And yet, too many libraries and communities are in danger of falling behind with internet speeds that crawl rather than race to connect people to a world of online resources and services. Four nationally ... Read More »

E-rate’s looming Fiscal Cliff

While Congress and the White House debate how to prevent the looming across-the-board budgets cuts known as sequestration, those of us in the E-rate world are worrying about our own “fiscal cliff.” For the past several years E-rate applicants have been biting their nails waiting to see what totals are going to be requested from the capped fund and if ... Read More »