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The mother of all technological revolutions

To paraphrase a saying attributed to philosopher George Santayana (1863 – 1952), those who do not learn from the mistakes of the past, are bound to repeat them. You may disagree with that sentiment but human history is riddled with examples that support it.  For example, the…

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Net Neutrality 2: Regulations needed where competition fails.

Last week, we discussed a US court ruling that may affect our costs in using the internet and concluded that it is actually the power play between content providers (Netflix, Youtube, etc) and retail service providers (RSPs) like Verizon that will lead to an increase…

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Managed Spectrum Park as the Wireless Commons

I have long argued that the digital divide is less about access to computers and the Internet, and more about access to high speed broadband services.  Defined by government policy, the new digital divide is between urban and rural broadband users. That divide is now…

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