At The American: How to Think About Net Neutrality (Sept. 26, 2009). One key point:
[The FCC's] approach assumes that each customer should have only one connection to the Internet (or perhaps two, one fixed and one mobile), and this connection must provide access to everything. Why should this be so? Perhaps a better model would be for every consumer to have several connections, and for each of these to carry unique and proprietary content.
Is the FCC seriously thinking of applying openness obligations to wireless, with its multitude of providers and exploding usage? If so, why? And if this article were a diagram, an arrow would now point back to [the] point [above].