Month: July 2005

Michael Meese on the FCC

White House aide Michael Meece has emerged as a top contender for one of two Republican seats on the Federal
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Huge Changes at Empirix

Ed Goldfinger the CEO of Empirix, announced some huge changes recently. The company was divided into a few different units
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Bomber On Welfare

I don’t know the term for welfare or social assistance (on the dole comes to mind) ain England but apparently
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Spammer Murdered

You get an idea of how much people hate spam when you learn that prominent Russian spammer has been murdered.
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Space Shuttle Streaming

Dave Rodriguez just showed me the space shuttle video streaming on Fox New’s site. Pretty cool.
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Analog Cell Calls

In the Northeast, Verizon rules, as it does in other parts of the country. No other carrier seems to be
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Teletruth and the FCC

FCC Chairman Martin’s glowingly optimistic US broadband penetration letter to the Wall Street Journal has upset a number of people
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Vonage and E911

Vonage was on the leading edge of the 911 controversy from the start. In response to a negative standing in
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Buy Cable Stock

Logically, if you think about it… The cable companies are ideally positioned to take over the market for every sort
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SugarCRM Vs. vTiger

I was reading David Sims First Coffee column where he discusses SugarCRM and vTiger an offshoot of SugarCRM with some
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