So President Obama has made clear his support for FCC reclassification of broadband under Title II of the Telecommunications Act. Title II is the section of law under which telephone service is regulated and has been for 80 years — since the passage of the Telecommunications Act of 1934. For those of you
Following up on my earlier post about the role of the NRSC and NRCC, here is their candidate support function as explained through code.
My friend and former colleague Patrick Ruffini has shared his talk from PDF as a post and it is well worth a read.
I would quibble, a bit, with Patrick’s take on 2004 versus today.
The premise was that this was the organization in miniature. Whatever you could do offline (canvass a neighbor, ask someone for
I have been having discussions on several listservs about broadband and video competition over the last few days. They have led me to the inescapable conclusion there is a tremendous amount of misinformation around telecom. It is also apparent that proponents of net neutrality are doing all they can to muddy the waters.
Good, solid conservatives
After a long, complicated relationship, autocorrect and I have parted ways. It was a very difficult decision for both of us, but in the long run we’ll be happier.
I know autocorrect has been seeing a lot of other people, and has developed a rather sketchy reputation. But that’s not why we split.
We just realized
I have been a big fan of Douglas Adams and the Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy books since I started reading his books as a teen. Among the passages I remember the most was an offhand mention of the Great Green Arkleseizure.
Jatravartids are small blue creatures of the planet Viltvodle VI with more than fifty arms each. They
So last wek I made a point in my Spectator piece that the GOP has a tech problem, but it’s a tech problem that can be addressed through a significant investment in money and culture. As I argued, you can address a lot of tech shortcomings if you invest in being better, smarter, and bringing
I like to read Ars Technica for their coverage of technology, but Anders Bylund has stepped way outside of his depth and should stick to technology.