Broadband Surf Report: Dec. 23

What's for breakfast in broadband news, Dec. 23.

And that's a wrap: Here's the last surf report of 2004, a taste of what's broadband news on Dec. 23. Happy new year.

White House expected to press for speedier licensing of public airwaves--Wired

FCC raises value of spectrum it seeks to swap with Nextel--The Wall Street Journal (subscription site)

Time Warner Cable viewers to set own start times-- The Wall Street Journal (subscription site)

Terabyte Webmail--One company quietly offers it--Broadband Reports

Powell interviewed on indecency, innovation, consolidation, and competition--Reason

Wi-Fi on the Autobahn?--Wi-Fi Planet

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