Okay, this will be my last quote from the Illuminatus! Trilogy, but it is a doozy in that it again shows its prescience for todays issues 30 years ago.
A monopoly on the means of communication may define a ruling elite more precisely than the celebra… more »
Couple days ago, I ranted about the lack of open source requirements in the Cleveland Wifi RFP. I tried to explain to CTO Melodie Mayberry-Stewart in a conference call when she first presented to Cleveland Digital Vision. I don't think I did a good jo… more »
One of the perk of being on the Cleveland Digital Vision Board is that I get at the moment notice of things like when the Cleveland Citywide Wifi RFP comes out. I got the heads up and it was released last Friday. I spent Saturday nite reviewing it and… more »
This is the week that everything converges. Yes, everything! That is everything that I foolishly agreed, planned, or bragged about.
First, it is the second Thursday of the month and that means POETRY AT THE LIT. This week we again have outrageousl… more »
Got a call from organizer Lois Romanoff 216-371-1175. She let me know that the Net Neutrality protest at Dewine's office today is cancelled. So don't show up in the rain. You'll be alone.
The reason she gave was that the keynote speaker, who is a… more »
At the TWiFi Hack Nite, a women came by to let us know about a demonstration in front of Sen. Dewine's office downtown this Tuesday, August 29th at 4:00pm.
I've certainly gone on about the House's COPE (HR 5252:Communications Opportunity Promotion an… more »
Hey I'm talking to you, the guys (and girls) that never take their nose out the monitor. Sure you blog, read blogs (that how you got here), code a little ditty, boost the power on your radio card...but Hey! What about the rest of the world?
Well her… more »
BFD linked to this AP article on Boston's approach to citywide wireless internet. Jack was good enough to email me the day before and I responded like this:
At the National Summit, the folks from around Boston said that this was an idea float… more »
Been goofing around with the Tremont Wifi Neighborhood website of late and decide that for content, I'll be doing my Wifi blogging from there.
I suppose I'll point to it in WITB, if it seems like it belongs "in the bag."
The last post is a summa… more »
Looks like we will have the chance to keep the Net freedom ring resonating. Yesterday, a a bipartisan majority on the House Judiciary Committee passed the "Internet Freedom and Nondiscrimination Act" -- a good bill that would protect Network Neutrality… more »