The government should: aid the provision of an infrastructure; resist restrictions on mobile phone masts; stop treating ISPs as publishers; review intellectual property rights; stop eroding our privacy online; and recognise that IT will not solve the problems of education.
For cricket to retain credibility, it needs to get its house in order - but teams still play to win.
Are tougher asylum laws just common sense?
'Your Family' and other stereotypes; The BBC: Licence to patronise; Socialist Alliance: What's left for the Left?
Letwin the outlaw; Demon eyes - The Return; Bread-and-butter issues
Must-reads from the past week
Real Labour; Hard Labour; Never mind the bollards; Sketchy future; Scotland - out of kilter?; Geri for PM; Islington's cash-for-votes policy; Politics Hertz.
Blair: Famous in Farringdon (not); Government by accountancy; Ghost-voting; The deserted ballot-box; Tony's school pantomime
Tory Story: the end; New Labour, new hospital food; Real people? Get real; Rock the vote, not the boat; Blair's other babies; R-word bad, A-word good?; Overexcited about apathy; Anti-smoking smokescreen.
To give the internet more than virtual possibilities, the UK government and telecoms industry need to get real about the infrastructure.