What is the creative added value of a free-market think tank?
Perhaps, since 24 percent of Kentuckians are missing six or more teeth, the Bluegrass Institute is innovating ways to make fluoride a pizza topping.
But as far as prognosticating on technology and its role in our society of the future, the institute should devote a little more thought before voicing an opinion.
My opinion, arguably more rooted in reality despite its lack of meaningless numbers, is that when it comes to Internet infrastructure capability, more is never enough.
The only two things I can think of that would not benefit from KentuckyWired are a few entrenched self-interests and some stupid ideology.