What do you think? Should broadband providers be allowed to regulate traffic? Or should net neutrality prevail?
What ordinary ways has the internet simplified life? Driving directions, travel information, banking, movie information/ticket purchase..
This just has the stink of monopoly all over it.
After reading the article, I’m again frustrated that so many people (apparently including some judges) don’t understand the severity of the issue.
As an entrepreneur and a business owner I use it to promote my business. I’ve noticed that many people are missing out on a simple way to increase exposure for their company name and website.
After seeing the news article â€œFCC rules Comcast violated Internet access policyâ€ I was reminded of the importance of net neutrality. So since Iâ€™m located in Pennsylvania, I decided to right US Senator Arlen Specter.
Recently I wanted to add a link to my personal and company blog to share my profile, but when I looked around on the YSN site I noticed they donâ€™t have any pre-made buttons. So, with YSNâ€™s approval we have created some of our own. You can see one of them in action if you…
The latest addition to the networking site realm is language learning. Language sites have been popping up recently and becoming quite popular. Two example are Soziety and xLingo.
Like many people in business I have a smart phone. I donâ€™t have a blackberry, instead I have the 8125 pocket pc from Cingular(now AT&T). The phone is a life line for business. It keeps me connected at all times where ever I am….
…However, my primary personal account is a Yahoo! Mail account. I use Yahoo! Mail suite for a lot of things including business….
…Yahoo! is seemingly trying to emulate the functions of the iPhone. That might be a good idea if the software was integrated into the phone. Right now, that is definitely not the case…
These days it seems that Google has it’s hands in everything. Their latest interest is the radio frequencies that the FCC is auctioning. The frequencies is used for the old UHF television spectrum. Google sent lobbyists to Washington in order to give a hard push for Google’s interests.