I got a couple of interesting emails in the last couple of days.
First, Jerry sent me this gem:
Congress now speaks at almost a full grade level lower than it did just seven years ago, with the most conservative members of Congress speaking on average at the lowest grade level, according to a new Sunlight Foundation analysis of the Congressional Record using Capitol Words.
And, for those of you who want to get into the details of why West Virginia was buying $22,500 routers to bring Internet service to rural libraries with two PCs, Brian sends this deeper dive into the issue. It turns out that West Virginia has paid almost $1.2 million for maintenance on routers that have been in boxes for two years.