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The Old Muppet Guys

As part of my regular weekend diversions I suggest you check out the old guys from the Muppets. The Internet -- a place full of sarcasm and the one place where the pair belong. This is a 4-part series totaling...

Video Changing Presidential Campaigns

Video is becoming a strong campaign tool. Recently I wrote about how John McCain used it coupled with web 2.0 techniques to generate interest. Today, the Obama campaign sent out Barack Obama's Germany speech which was obviously written to generate...

Adobe Scene7 Awakens the Web

If you are interested to see how the world of ecommerce will merge with virtual worlds, you should check out the Hunter Douglas website as it uses Adobe Scene7 technology to allow some serious visualization. You may be expecting a...

Podcast: Broadlook Technologies - Co-Founder Broadlook Technologies

Are CRM and SFA tools only as good as the data they contain? You bet they are. This is exactly why I invited Dan Hughes the co-founder of Broadlook Technologies on a TMCnet podcast so I could learn more about...

NY to Tax Amazon Purchases

There is just something so mind-boggling about our nation's tax collection system. I was reading this MSNBC article about how New York State is looking to and likely will tax Amazon.com purchases and it goes on about how New Yorkers...

Cubans Can Now Use Cell Phones

Cuba is slowly opening up as evidenced by the government's decision to allow ordinary Cubans to have cellular telephones. Apparently Raul Castro is slowly opening up the country to new freedoms. Still, while this is a ray of light, most...

More Cable Details Emerge

More details are emerging from the recent cut cables in the middle east. According to the ITU's (International Telecom Union) head of development, Sami al-Murshed, "We do not want to preempt the results of ongoing investigations, but we do...

The Real Cable Story

For those of you who just can't get enough information on the middle east cable outages, the Economist sheds some light on the story with a well-written piece containing lots of detail. Sadly they seem to discourage conspiracy theories making...

One Cable Cut Explained

Great news... An anchor did cut one of the undersea cables in the middle east meaning there is one less chance for the conspiracy theory some are espousing. What happened to the other four cables is still a mystery...

A Cut Cable a Day

Apparently a cut cable a day makes the Internet go away. We are at five and counting. Any theories on what is going on? Maybe its the bees? ...

Undersea Cable Cuts

Undersea cables are a weak spot in internet connectivity worldwide and with all the recent undersea outages taking place around the world, we need to be concerned that in the US and Canada that these cables are unprotected. Not only...

Tech Firms Fined For Helping Online Gambling

Some of technology’s biggest players were just hit with a fine of over $30 million in total for aiding in internet gambling. Yahoo!, Microsoft and Google will all be paying varying amounts and admitting varying amounts of guilt.   Far...

CompUSA to Close

In the neighborhood near TMC, three stores have recently been wiped away in the past years. The first to go was the hardware store which could not compete against Home Depot. The next was the photo development store because of...

Big Brother Service Provider

If I told you a book distributor with a virtual monopoly in most of the US was blocking the distribution of books it found inappropriate, what would you say? What would our government do if such a practice took place?...

Skype Kills Hotel Internet

Looks like Dan York has the same problem with “Skypee” that I had. Dan, don’t you know you need to turn off the “Skypee” to get to the internet? Seriously – if you travel you should read Dan’s post and...

Census Bureau Posts Social Security Numbers

It is tough to imagine in today’s day and age where the general media in constantly running stories about identity theft that our government could have a public website with the social security numbers of tens of thousands on it....

GENI

The Building of the  Global Environment for Network Innovations   Many academic types are arguing we need to get rid of the existing internet and start from a clean slate to deal with the myriad issues the world now...

Is iPod the next Internet?

I am here in Santa Clara getting ready for TMC's VoIP Developer Conference and while I checked my e-mail I noticed one of my messages is from a retailer touting an iPod-ready knapsack. This got me thinking back to 1998...

Internet Nondiscrimination Act

By now you may have heard of Senator Wyden’s “Internet Nondiscrimination Act of 2006.” Under the proposed bill, network operators would be prohibited from charging companies for faster delivery of their content to consumers over the Internet or favoring certain...

One Little, Two Little, Three Little Internets

Here is the unedited Publisher's Outlook from the February 2006 issue of Internet Telephony Magazine:We live in a country that prides itself on being on the forefront of technology yet we are behind in many ways. Interestingly we seem to...

New Internets

Many countries are looking for alternatives to a world where they are forced to use technology that is controlled in some way by the US government. A while back, Europeans decided to begin the launch of a multi-billion dollar GPS...

India Phone Growth

I am in Phoenix today and as I woke up I came across this story about how India telecom growth is exploding. In fact a record 3.79 million new connections -- 3.51 million mobile phones and 280,000 fixed lines --...
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