Striking a balance to keep the internet alive.
Why monopolies may no longer exist in the online space.
Our actions have impact
The cloud wars will pick two camps against each others: on one side, advocates of applications running on the desktop; on the other advocates of applications running in a browser.
In this first piece in a series, I look at ownership vs. renting, the result of a number of observations throughout the last few months.
Mac-a-ronies does a good roundup on the digital divide questions raised by the recent Pew Internet Trust study. I suspect those of us who have been online for a long time can hardly fathom why people would get online and then eventually leave. After all, what’s not to love about the Internet? I could go [...]
According to an article in the Washington Post, AOL is loosing market share to Road-Runner. The interesting thing is that both companies are owned by AOL-Time-Warner but are not playing together. This represents a huge problem for the company as it is the most visible area of potential synergy between AOL and Time-Warner. Here’s a [...]
Last week, I was in France for a short vacation. During that time, I got a chance to talk to people locally and get a better idea as to what was going on within the Internet market in France. Here are a few observations based on my understanding of what is going on. Strong Growth [...]
It’s election season in the United States. This week, the Republican party is holding its convention, which will be followed by the democrats’ in the next couple of week. But the big question to those of us who work in the Internet field has been, what do those guys stand for in terms of the [...]