Net neutrality sparked conversation all throughout the blogosphere and Twittersphere this week with historic events like the State of the Union address and Egypt's Day of Anger. These events have pointed back to the discussion of net neutrality and sovereignty of nations over digital communications. Do we have a right to expect digital communications to … Continue reading The Kill Switch, #DayOfAnger, and Fragility Of It All
Long before I began practicing my craft, information technology was positioned to greatly serve our global community. With such a powerful tool free and open to the world, you'd figure that we would have found a way to keep it a safe and sacred place. WRONG! Although a good majority of the Internet is honest-to-goodness … Continue reading Hacktivism: When The Mouse > (Pen + Sword)
Heated discussions are abound online and off regarding net neutrality. Let's take a second to actually define net neutrality so that we aren't operating from errant presuppositions. Net neutrality has been defined as a "buzzword used to describe a principle proposed for users' access to networks participating in the Internet. The principle advocates no restrictions … Continue reading Can Net Neutrality Realistically Exist?
You know what it shows me when someone uber-successful actually responds to an @mention? It shows me that they don't believe that their accomplishments are bigger than themselves. I totally respect that. Techie startup LOVE! ❤ I'd like to think that one day (when I reach a fraction of success that our contemporary tech entrepreneurs … Continue reading When Your Company Is Bigger Than Life And You Can Still Acknowledge Your Fans…That’s a Good Sign
In my case, the book should be titled "Your ALWAYS Online life." For as long as I remember I gravitated to the computer to fuel my interests, educate myself, find work, make friends, and connect with other people. I can even remember that my first paycheck went to web hosting. (I'm serious! I'm still hosting … Continue reading Your Sometimes Online Life
Instead of using fancy camera work and editing the coverage, I just used my MacBook Pro and uploaded it raw! Who knew that video interviews were going to be a snap? Check out my latest video interview with DJ Mike Relm at the G-Tech booth by Hitachi. I was in Las Vegas for the National … Continue reading A New Love: On-Location Vlogging