34 posts categorized "Television"

February 01, 2008

Happy Hour

Next Tuesday, Feb 5th, I'll be a guest on the Happy Hour show hosted by my friend Cody Willard (2d from left). The show is on FoxBusiness Network every weekday from 5 to 6 PM; appropriately, it's broadcast from the More...

August 19, 2007

P2P – Boon, Boondoggle, or Bandwidth Hog? – Is Metering the Answer?

Reader Aswath posted a comme More...

August 16, 2007

P2P – Boon, Boondoggle, or Bandwidth Hog? – The Dark Side

Yesterday’s post explained how peer-to-peer (P2P) applications use the processing power, bandwidth, and storage capac More...

August 15, 2007

P2P – Boon, Boondoggle, or Bandwidth Hog? – Introduction

Depending on whom you ask, peer-to-peer (P2P) services may be the best thing that ever happened to the Internet or a diabolical arbitrage scheme which will ruin all ISPs and bring an end to the Internet as we think we know More...

August 12, 2007

Mass Customization

Computers and the Internet have made mass customization possible. The long tail of goods and services now available to us are a beneficiary of that trend.

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August 06, 2007

Prediction: Google WILL Bid for 700MHz Spectrum and WILL Win

There is an excellent business case for Google bidding megabucks in the upcoming 700MHz auction and investing even more to get a network up and running. I think Google is well aware of the value to them if they win and the More...

May 14, 2007

Fast Forwarding Reality

From an article in today’s New York More...

May 10, 2007

Wideband via Cable

If broadband is good, wideband must be better; right? Well, maybe.  Yesterday an More...

April 26, 2007

Good News from the FCC

Yesterday the Federal Communication Commission announced some proposed rules and a comment period for the very important upcoming auction of 700MHz frequencies which television broadcasters are scheduled to vacate in Febru More...

April 11, 2007

Spectrum Serendipity

The facts:

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