A plan that would have South Dakota college students connecting to the internet via laptops from anywhere on the state's six public campuses has been deferred, the ambitious goal caught between a faltering economy and a tussle over how to pay for it, reports the Argus Leader. But the goal hasn't been completely abandoned, according to the Board of Regents' executive director. Instead, it now will be up to individual campuses to create wireless initiatives using their own timelines. "I am recommending that the Board of Regents defer action on a mobile computing environment and any legislation related to that

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