A 20-year veteran of the AJC, Tom Sabulis has covered news, politics and the arts during a career that has taken him to newspapers across the country. Since 2008, he has coordinated many of the newspaper’s pro/con debates and first-person guest columns.
Lack of Internet access prevents low-income citizens from full connection to jobs, education and other life necessities. Today, representatives of a major communications corporation and a national civil rights organization write about what they are doing to facilitate broadband adoption in these disconnected homes. On the flip side, a digital worker writes about an unfortunate byproduct of too much technology — the focus on oneself. To comment, go to: blogs.ajc.com/atlanta-forward/