Software, Digital Content, Geopolitics, Economics & More from of a Libertarian Serial Expat and Entrepreneur
In: software8 Aug 2002
Infoworld: "SecurityCenter will be included as an optional component with peer-to-peer applications when they are downloaded from Web sites, according to a statement released by the Sunnyvale, Calif., company. The software will be presented as a panel in the applications, much as it is in MSN Messenger, the company added." Ain’t that a smart thing [...]
I’ve just single-handedly decided that "to spam" should be an irregular verb. 08/09/02 update: Rick asks "Shouldn’t it be spam, spum, spamt?" No, spum is too cute, while spamt sounds like spit. They spamt me, I have been spamt. More seriously, by definition can there be any rule about the formation and structure of irregular [...]
Bob Frankston: "Even the "high speed broadband" offerings are providing only a small fraction of what is technologically possible and its asymmetricity is modeled after the television network, not the peer connectivity of the Internet. The failure to understand what the Internet really is deprives us of economic opportunity at a time when it is [...]
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