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Regulatory 2.0 to be Streamed on Friday February 4, sign up now

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Missing the Point on e911

The Commission is rearranging the deck chairs on e911.First of all to their credit they want to improve accuracy of wireless services.  According the Chairman Genachowski over 50% of the e911 calls need better details.Then came examples of suggestions for...

Pole Attachments 101: Even for Wireless we need them

Aug 18th Audio Conference 12 EST 9AM PST   "Pole Attachments" have different meanings each section of the telecommunications, cable, wireless, and broadband industries. Some consider the topic boring and unimportant. But the FCC does not see it that way...

Not the Usual Suspects: The Road Block Ahead Audiocast

Audiocast: Come join the Conference Call The Roadblock Ahead:  FCC vs. Comcast  What's Next.     May 25, 2010 From 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EDT powered by Abstract:  As the US looks to redefine its National Broadband Policy the FCC...

Just in Time For Mobile World Congress

Supercomm was cancelled for 2010.  While it would interesting to talk about this from the conference side, I will make the assumption that other people will take that opportunity and try to talk about it from a different perspective.CES was...

Did you buy your car to access the road?

Roger Von Oech, the creator of the Whack Pack, often looks to spur creativity by asking questions that are not direct but would have a parallel.  So I asked the question to understand the nature of the access point to...

Dear Congress; A Phone Number does not a Service Make

In the last thirty years, the computing world has changed so much, that it is hard to remember the logic of roles and rules that existed and still drive the basis of law and leadership when it comes to...

What Is and Isn't under the FCC Jurisdiction

Can the Enhanced Service Provider exemption stay in place?On the Google Policy Blog Rick Whitt responds to the FCC letter from ATT regarding Google Voice.  It is very pertinent to the discussion we are having on the Calliflower call tomorrow...

Bright Shiny Object - Death Star Apple Part 2

Of course, I would like to talk about Apple's FCC letter regarding GoogleVoice, but Steve Jobs is in the news with the iTablet.  So the distraction has worked. The iTablet is probably not a netbook strategy, but a MAC that supporting...

Death Star Apple

Lately, I am feeling right at home.  Regulatory is rearing its head and as some one no longer trying to navigate it, I can just sit back and watch the events.Nothing is more fun to look at then the tenor...

The Dead Zone: The realities of Coverage

While roaming the Internet, looking for things to make my Blogging more interesting to you the reader, I came upon Jeff Cohn's Coverage maps.  I am sure you have seen the Verizon Dead Zone commercials.  Looking at Jeff's maps you...

Indirect Consequences - As the FCC settles down

Just got off a call on some hiring that I have been advising.  Its been since October and its somewhat political.  Why has it taken so long?  The beauty of Washington Politics is that the change or Parties at the...

FCC Green-Lights Globalstar for Rural WiMAX

Rich Tehrani has a must-read post today about technology and the opportunity for an Obama administration to embrace tech like no previous administration. One of the things Rich highlights is Obama's pledge to maintain an open Internet and ensure that broadband...
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