Sunday, September 19, 2021

Alex Goldman

We, the Internet

As a law professor, Susan Crawford is better placed than most to warn of the dangers of allowing the government to make decisions instead of making decisions...

Users Fill Up the Pipe

Hanover, N.H.-based Dartmouth College is well-known in wireless circles for being one of the first colleges to embrace Wi-Fi technology. Recently, the college went through a network...

How the Wireless Frontier Will Be Won

We heard Francis McInerney, co-author of Futurewealth and venture capitalist with North River Ventures, speak at the Stupidnet conference, where we also picked up a copy of...

VoIP: Hype, Hustle, and Heavenly Help

BALTIMORE -- At a two-hour marathon session at ISPCON, Voice-over-IP (VoIP) vendors on Thursday representing all stages of deployment concluded that logistics and politics are the...

E-Mail Coalition Floats New Anti-Spam Plan

BALTIMORE -- Hans Peter Brondmo, a noted technology author and Digital Impact fellow, has announced a multi-year plan by the Network Advertising Initiative's Email Service Provider Coalition...

Death. Taxes. Virus Protection?

Star Internet, a U.K.-based Internet service provider, last year spun off MessageLabs, its former in-house application development arm, to sell managed services and software independently. Who would...

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