The birds and the bees of broadband

The “facts of life” are important to get right if you want reality-based broadband regulation. What if you make a fundamental error in understanding?

The Internet is Just a Prototype The week in hyperlinks

A weekly reading list to stimulate thoughts about the (digitised) world you might (or might not) want to live in.

The Internet is Just a Prototype The week in hyperlinks

A weekly reading list to stimulate thoughts about the (digitised) world you might (or might not) want to live in.

The Internet is Just a Prototype The week in hyperlinks

A weekly reading list to stimulate thoughts about the (digitised) world you might (or might not) want to live in.

The Internet is Just a Prototype The week in hyperlinks

A weekly reading list to stimulate thoughts about the (digitised) world you might (or might not) want to live in.

Brainwashed! A street-level view of communications

A single moment captured on camera that may help you reflect on how all media shapes our beliefs and culture.

Bartr: “Precious megabytes” are the new “telecoms precious metal”

Whilst wholesale network interconnect may be an unglamorous part of the telecoms industry, it is the natural place for cryptoeconomic innovation.

P4, PISA and Tofino: Important, powerful… and dangerous

Making networks programmable in a protocol-independent way is a good idea, but it’s not all upside: there are new risks and hidden complexities.

Is telecoms really such a special flower?

The telecoms industry has consistently failed to apply well known management theory, believing it is somehow a “special flower” with nothing to learn.

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