For the past several years I’ve traveled on average 60K+ miles in the air. So, I have had a variety of experiences in airports around the globe. Today, flying back from Denver to Baltimore I was reminded of one of the inconsistencies I find in the process of going through security. I [...]
This week I’ve been participating in an American Library Association, Office for Information Technology Policy telecommunications meeting to draft principles on some key telecommunications issues for libraries (e.g., universal service, broadband, net neutrality, etc.).
On the issue of broadband, I am intrigued by the definitions for the concept, particularly one from the FCC:
200 Kbps in both [...]
Tom, August 30th 2006
I’ve been late to the blogging world, although I have posted a few notes on other blogs. As I examine this fact, I believe I have postponed my entry because I usually like to form my thoughts more wholely before sharing them widely. And that takes time of which none of us have [...]
Tom, August 24th 2006