Governing magazine weighs in on the municipal benefits of city-wide Wi-Fi: "What early results in Corpus Christi indicate is that the nationwide buzz around municipal WiFi is all wrong...Where WiFi actually does ignite life-altering change is on the government side." Hard to put it better. I've been trying to tell reporters interested in muni-fi for the last two years that the sexy part (public access and digital divide) is only the tip of the iceberg: two other legs of the tripod must be services to municipalities (meter reading, mobile workers, public safety, etc.) and services to business (replacement T-1 and the like). This is a pretty fabulous overview, and a must read for anyone not yet up to speed on why these networks go far beyond residential Wi-Fi access.