Fractals of Change: March 2006

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23 posts from March 2006

March 30, 2006

Iraq: Plan B

My friend and fellow blogger Jeff Jarvis asks “More...

March 28, 2006

Should The Internet Be Lawless?

Sometimes we advocates of a robust and “free” Internet sound like we’re saying the Internet should be a lawless.  Shame on us.  We nee More...

March 26, 2006

David Isenberg and The Rise of The Stupid Network

Over one weekend in May of 1997 David Isenberg, who then worked at AT&T Labs Research (nee Bell labs), wrote a More...

March 24, 2006

Verizon PAYS Content Provider

at&t Chairman Ed Whitacre said that content providers who expect to use “his” More...

March 22, 2006

Wikipedians vs. Bloggers

Wikipedia is an incredibly useful research tool.  It can be wrong; articles can be badly written; it i More...

March 21, 2006

Interview on MarketWatch

Frank Barnako of MarketWatch interviewed me on the occasion of the hardcover edition of hackoff.com shipping.  The interview i More...

Be Prepared!

Mary and I've known Rob Shurtleff for a long time.  He was a program manger at Microsoft (tough job) when I first met him.  He was our customer for a while; helped recruit me to Microsoft; and we worked together there.  He's been a successful entrepreneur and investor and is now a More...

March 20, 2006

How DO Soldiers Really Call Home?

According to a recent commenter on my post about AT&T ripping off American so More...

March 16, 2006

Free Business Idea – Sponsored WiFi

Sometimes you see tourists in downtown Stowe, Vermont wandering around with their laptops held awkwardly in search of elusive leaks of WiFi bandwidth.  I’ve done it myself on vac More...

March 15, 2006

hackoff.com Is Released!

The hardcover edition of my novel hackoff.com: an historic murder mystery set in the Internet bubble and rubble is shipping (one day early More...

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