This Thursday afternoon, Internet advocates across the country will be watching what happens at Stanford University. All 5 commissioners on the Federal Communications Commission will hold a rare public hearing on the future of the Internet.
For Net Neutrality enthusiasts everywhere, here's an analogy for Net Neutrality I hadn't heard before -- a restaurant service comparison. What do you think?
Oh, and for those of you in DC kicking yourselves for not being able to make it to Stanford, relax. You get your turn next week when the Senate Commerce Committee holds a similar hearing April 22. (Strategically planned on the exact same day as the Pennsylvania primary, to maximize news coverage.)