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Post Falls WiFi Firm Offers 'Freedom!'

It’s not designed to be “a big sales pitch,” according to the company’s president. But one of the unsuccessful bidders on the state’s high school WiFi contract wants Idaho school districts to know their wireless options. Post Falls-based Ednetics Inc. has launched a website dubbed “Idaho WiFi Freedom.” “Recent changes from the Idaho Legislature allow you to select the best wireless provider for your school’s specific needs,” reads the site’s homepage. “Experience the freedom — check out your options.” Oh, and also there’s a page where one can order an Idaho WiFi Freedom t-shirt/Kevin Richert, The EDge. More here.

Question: Luna Laws. Wifi fiasco. When all is said and done will there much to say positive re: Superintendent Tom Luna's 8 years in office?

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