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Businesses could bridge digital divide in Milwaukee with used computers

Milwaukee, Wis. - Businesses in metropolitan Milwaukee and perhaps throughout Wisconsin will be asked to donate their used computers to advance digital inclusiveness as Milwaukee moves toward completion of its wireless Internet installation.

The City of Milwaukee, having finalized a contract with Meicher & Associates, said by the time business computers are donated, they typically have been depreciated to the point where they don't qualify for much of a tax deduction.

"All these companies that give computers, 99 percent of them won't get any deduction at all......

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The 18-month installation project, which will involve the installation of some 2,500 antennas on light poles and electric poles, is expected to be completed in March of 2008.

Inner city wireless

Campaign Neighborhood, an organization that has developed a five-year inner-city wir......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Joe Vanden Plas 11/29/06


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