Saturday, September 16, 2006


Delays in Wi-Fi talks for S.F. frustrate Google executive

"In an interview with The Chronicle, Chris Sacca, who leads Google's special projects, voiced frustration with what he called the city's slow negotiating style. Sacca said that talks to come up with a final contract have advanced little since they started and that officials have made unreasonable demands, including a request for free computers and a share in revenues."

Too bad! This started out sounding so positive and seems to have bogged down as greed rears its head.

- Frank

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