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Integrate Tetherless Approach with NII
The concept of tetherless data access to the NII should be
integrated into other NII studies and planning. Most such studies
and planning envision a person sitting at a desk. The tetherless
concept is an important aspect of making full use of the NII in
life beyond relatively static libraries, schools, and offices.
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