Fractals of Change: August 2006

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23 posts from August 2006

August 31, 2006

Wires Are So Twentieth Century

Unwiring will set us free – both literally and figuratively.  Before starting an oh-so-serious series of posts on some wonderful and not so wonderful wireless connections I’ve ma More...

August 30, 2006

When NOT to Be a Team Player

Leadership is the art of getting everyone else to be a team player. But leaders – and this includes CEOs and entrepreneurs – are only team players if you count captains as members of More...

August 29, 2006

Interview in New Orleans Times-Picayune

Interest in the petition Jeff Pulver and I filed with the FCC has picked up with the release of a More...

Book Tour in Philadelphia

I will be reading from and signing copies at Robin's Bookstore, More...

August 28, 2006

The Wall Street Journal Is Wrong: The US Doesn’t Have Competitive Telecom

In an editorial today The Wall Street Journal More...

August 26, 2006

Will at&t Voicemail Work in an Emergency?

According to a survey of Gulf Coast residents commissioned by at& More...

August 25, 2006

The Fax Will Make Them Free

Reader Brian Thomas commented:


August 23, 2006

Life on The Long Tail – Why a Power Rule Curve for Web Pages?

Links to web sites follow a power rule curve.  Using Technorati ranksMore...

August 21, 2006

Life on The Long Tail – A Better Mousetrap Still Doesn’t Cut It

In my last post about life on the long tail, I asked “So how do you establish a p More...

August 19, 2006

Merci, Mais Non

The dumb and dumber remarks from world leaders about the “truce” in Southern Lebanon don’t bode well for the success of the UN mission or real peace there.


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