South Korea is one of the most wired countries in the world- a place where national high-speed Internet access has created all sorts of interesting Internet-derivative culture that usually starts […]
Why is the Internet so ***ing slow when it rains? When it’s raining, I like staying indoors and eating something hot and crispy while watching TV. I watch my TV […]
The world is running out of IP addresses, but a greater concern for me as an average user is the lack of domain names that are available. The thing that […]
Other than to point out that the Internet is having security problems, John Markoff’s article in the NYT was extremely annoying. He says: The Internet is at risk ->We could […]
In his first post of the year, Jonathan Zittrain wrote today about Amazon taking on the role of being both hardware maker and ISP with its Kindle 2 and questioning […]
The Indian government said that it will make $10 laptops, a tenth of what MIT offers for its One Laptop Per Child model. All I can say is, Wow!
David Pogue’s blog post on streaming content turned out to be EXACTLY what I submitted for my final paper two week ago (for Harry Lewis‘ class on Life, Liberty and […]
U.S. news reports and blogs (here, here and here) are all over the fact that policymakers are fiddling with their gadgets. The proposed bill, called the Camera Phone Predator Alert […]