The FCC’s failed 2009 attempt to enact net neutrality occurred as the City of Glendale was updating its wireless facility citing rules. Covering developments and exploring the issues in context, I observed that net neutrality supports the expansion and commercial viability of wireless networks. Wireless networks are limited by bandwidth […]
Sunroom Desk Glendale, California editor attends Drucker Business Forum events: excerpts from Huffington, Godin, and Kramer talks.
Glendale, California will apply to Google for its ultra high-speed fiber optic network as the FCC National Broadband Plan says such a network is a long-term (decade away) goal.
Notes from WIRED Editor Chris Anderson’sTalk on Digital Age Business Models and his new book FREE: The Future of Radical Price
Sunroom Desk editor submits comment to the FCC for the National Broadband Plan.
Glendale, California and other communities throughout the country don’t have a world-class broadband system because the current regulatory structure, and the cooperation of politicians with telecom interests, have impeded progress.
Prospects for print media and book publishing changed dramatically for the worse in 2008.