Month: July 2005

Inveneo at VoIP Developer

A while back I wrote about Inveneo and their bicycle powered VoIP solution. I really think sort of application is
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Baby Oil and Radioactivity

What you would think would be props on the Howard Stern show: a thousand pounds of baby oil and a
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Podcast Vs Blogcast

Is it true that Microsoft workers don’t like the term podcast and are using blogcast instead? Seems like a tough
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Space Shuttle Program Grounded

How depressing a thought is this? One of the most inspirational space programs NASA has ever put forth is now
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VocalTec Lays Off 70

It is a sad day for me as VocalTec, the company that really popularized VoIP and was the inspiration for
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Note To Self: Don’t Upset Tom Keating

OK OK, although I wasn’t involved in not sending Tom to TMC’s VoIP Developer event perhaps I deleted him from
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Senator Ensign Telecom Bill

Here are some links to the new telecom bill: Senator Ensign Telecom Bill Senator Ensign Telecom Bill Talking PointsI haven’t
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PGP VoIP

Tom Keating’s PGP VoIP blog entry caught my eye today. Apparently Phil Zimmerman has come up with a VoIP PGP-equivalent
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Yahoo! On A Plane

The battle to be the search leader knows no limits as is evidenced by the new deal struck between Yahoo!
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Deborah Tate on the FCC

Pursuant to my prior FCC blog on Michael Meece, MSNBC reports that Deborah Tate will also be appointed soon. She
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