Sharon Eisner Gillett, a graduate student at the MIT Laboratory for Computer Science, has made available both Web and bound hardcopy versions of her thesis, "Connecting Homes to The Internet: An Engineering Cost Model of Cable vs. ISDN." The report describes the technology used to provide residential Internet connections via cable systems and ISDN networks, and discusses the results of a model to explore the cost of such systems. It concludes with a discussion of the technology, business and policy barriers to diffusion of high-speed residential Internet access. The hardcopy versions are now available from the MIT Laboratory for Computer Science publications service. Send email to email@example.com with your request for LCS Tech Report 654. The cost of the 197-page report is $21.00 plus postage.