A recent flight turned out to be a surprising experience in many ways, not the least of which was that I traveled 3,651 miles in less than nine hours while watching movies, eating, napping and generally enjoying myself.
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1. When I visit Beijing, I worry less than usual. The smorgasbord of inexpensive massage offerings helps.
I begin my stay with a foot massage. In a...
Today the FCC sent the National Broadband Plan to Congress. They have also made the plan publicly available -- it's a big read. Details inside.
Although it's not an advanced handset -- the iPad stands to increase AT&T's market share and its wireless income.
There needs to be regulations and a clear distinction between Internet content and Internet access. Content is the commodity which Net Neutrality is defending; not the pay wall.
If the ISPs implement metered Internet usage we will limit our usage for fear of a large statement at the end of the billing cycle.
We are weeks away from Genachowski presenting to Congress the National Broadband Plan, designed to address the lack of broadband availability in many under-served and economically depressed areas.
Broadband adoption then must be addressed on multiple fronts: financial investments, broadband regulations and digital literacy education.
Once we were briefed -- we were given the opportunity to play a dodge ball (like) game. It was a great experience.
On February 10th, Google announced its plans to to get into the ISP game by building an ultra-fast broadband network.
Technology has grown by such leaps and bounds since 1969 that it's hard to conceive how things were before we all had access to computers.
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