On April 2, 1997, I was issued the cjcs.com domain. It was in the neighborhood of the millionth domain, depending on how you choose to reckon these things; more than likely it was a smidge over that. In the fifteen years that have followed, this little domain has seen a lot of data get posted and read. It seems a good time to reminisce about it a little. Continue reading
I love this. Instead of some study where adults bring their own biases and preconceptions, one blogger just asks and–more importantly–listens. What Teenagers Think About Facebook, Twitter and MySpace « Media and Tech.
This is potentially the game-changing issue of the information age. It can seem like tech esoterica, but in this inter-connected world, it’s resolution will touch just about everyone. Electronic Frontier Foundation weighs in on th Google-Verizon Net Neutrality Proposal – … Continue reading
If a blog/vlog/podcast/tweet/update is posted on the Internet, and no one is around to read/see/hear/re-tweet/like it, does it make an impact? Well…no. Clearly not. Continue reading
It’s sad when empires fall. via Broadband access in the United States is even worse than you think. – By Sascha Meinrath and James Losey – Slate Magazine.
I wonder if I’m the only one having major deja vu with some of the details emerging about Google’s Chrome OS? Think back with me to fifteen(-ish) years ago when Windows NT was the new scary thing coming out of scary Redmond. But then…a visionary started talking about thin clients and abandoning OS tyranny. Continue reading
The Internet continues to force content creators and IP-hoarders to re-imagine the future of their business models. The trouble is…no one knows where it’s all heading. Continue reading