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Archive for October, 2010


383 votes puts us in 6th place …

Well, the hard work is beginning to pay off . As the screen shot shows, we now have 383 votes out of a possible 2132. This means that we are now in 6th place, but still behind our closest rivals Caxton (Cambourne +villages). Happy to report that we have volunteers now helping to spread the […]

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334 votes not enough progress

At the end of three weeks of campaigning, we are still only at 334 votes out of a possible 2132. I find it concerning that at this stage, we’re getting votes coming in dribs and drabs, when I had expected it would be in large numbers. Or perhaps the demand is just not there for […]

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313 votes gets us into the top 10 ….

Its half term week, and it is inevitable that a lot of folk are out and about or away on a short break. However, there are still folk around, and its good to see that our vote count which hit the 300 mark two days ago, is now at 313 or 14.68%. We are now […]

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Madingley vote share now 13.13%

The Madingley exchange race to infinity is continuing to make progress. Some days are good, some are slow. As of this morning 24-Oct-2010, 280 votes have been cast out of a possible 2132. That is 13.13%, which means we have now probably moved up the league table by one place. Keep the votes coming in. […]

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BT launches Race to Infinity

Over the next five years BT is rolling out superfast fibre optic broadband across the UK, called BT Infinity. It has a defined rollout plan, but not all communities or exchanges will benefit from that plan. On October 4, 2010 BT  launched a nationwide survey to see how much potential demand there is for fibre […]

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Race to Infinity already causing controversy

When BT launched the Race to Infinity, it gave a percentage of the UK population the opportunity to fastrack their area to get superfast broadband. Nothing wrong with that. However, there are several commentators who have taken a deeper look at this competition and are raising very valid points indeed. According to a recent article […]

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Race to Infinity League Table

There are always opportunities for the techno geeks to show what they can do. The Race to Infinity is no exception, and has already seen one such geek put their considerable talents to great effect. Like it or loath it, we hear of league tables all the time, in respect to our schools, hospitals etc. […]

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Digital Mapping has come a long way

The BT Race to Infinity is using a really cool digital mapping format. It is sometimes slow to load, but we reckon that is due to the slow broadband speeds we have here anyway. But it does make me wonder if the suppliers of the mapping, Maps International had thought to optimise the site for […]

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