Fractals of Change: August 2007

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20 posts from August 2007

August 31, 2007

FeedBlitz, Stage II

Founder and CEO Phil Hollows of FeedBlitz (in which I’m an investor and of which I’m a board member) More...

August 29, 2007

Short Fall Charges – Verizon Style

We generally make our landline long distance calls on Vonage. As a backup and partly out More...

August 28, 2007

Recovery Log – Still Not Done

Plan had been to do a retrospective on our hard drive failure and recovery experience in this post. Problem is recovery is not yet done so too soon for a complete retrospective. Mr. Murphy’s been around enforcing his law.< More...

August 27, 2007

Recovery (I hope) Log

Bottom line, if you don’t care to read about my mistakes, is that using offsite backup service Mozy did save our ba More...

August 24, 2007

Mary's Tough New Assignment

See below for why I'm especially proud of my wife Mary today. The position which she was selected for by Governor Jim Douglas, House Speaker Gaye Symington, and Senate President Pro Tem Peter Shumlin is both tough and crucial to Vermont. She will be the first chair of the Telecom Authority set up More...

August 23, 2007

LocalReplay PrePlayed!

LocalReplay, a stealth-mode startup which I invested in, was just outed on More...

August 22, 2007

New My Way Blog

The newest member of the My Way network of blogs by entrepreneuers is boxee blog by avner ronen. I was convinced to add this blog to the network as soon as I read the post below which is called More...

August 21, 2007

In Defense of Bubbles

The press is full of stories of people who’ve been hurt by the housing bubble, people who borrowed too much and now face losing their homes because both the housing bubble and the sub-prime credit bubble are – not coincide 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...

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