A much better example of the PEW Project on Internet and the American Life, the June 2009 home adoption study, has lots of useful and ambiguous information. Broadband adoption continues to rise, despite higher prices. What does this tell us about the need for broadband stimulus? Do we need it at all? If we do, what should be the focus of federal policy? Do we treat BB as we have communications infrastructure such as postal system and telephone? Or do we treat it like radio, TV and cable?