Newsletter Archive   Article Archive   Submit Article   About   

Archive for September, 2009

US Government Moves Towards Web 2.0 With Apps.gov

Give the government some credit sometimes, the new Apps.gov web site is an open shopping portal based on cloud computing and web 2.0 applications. The web site is clean, sharp, and looks like it will serve a useful purpose if government agencies can get past the old way of doing things and embrace Web 2.0 […]

Give the government some credit sometimes, the new Apps.gov web site is an open shopping portal based on cloud computing and web 2.0 applications. The web site is clean, sharp, and looks like it will serve a useful purpose if government agencies can get past the old way of doing things and embrace Web 2.0 like New York has.

Read More…

Underground Military Bloggers, Censorship and Fear

This should be of interesting to almost every blogger out there. We all know that there are some bloggers who maintain their anonymity like Mini-Microsoft; we also know that there are bloggers who have had their identity revealed under court order, or voluntarily before legal action was taken. An article in the NY Times talks […]

This should be of interesting to almost every blogger out there. We all know that there are some bloggers who maintain their anonymity like Mini-Microsoft; we also know that there are bloggers who have had their identity revealed under court order, or voluntarily before legal action was taken. An article in the NY Times talks about military bloggers, and while in general it is good that military troops are blogging, quite rightly the Pentagon is worried that troops inadvertently will put themselves in danger by revealing where they are and what they are doing.

Read More…

FCC Begins To Probe Wireless Providers

Imagine this. You are in the wireless industry and you are on the verge of actually fulfilling all of the prophecies about your industry being the future of the Internet and communications in general. The smart phone is now becoming more the norm and the introduction of the iPhone has moved the growth along at […]

Imagine this. You are in the wireless industry and you are on the verge of actually fulfilling all of the prophecies about your industry being the future of the Internet and communications in general. The smart phone is now becoming more the norm and the introduction of the iPhone has moved the growth along at an ever accelerating rate of speed. It looks like finally everything is falling into place. So could possibly slow you down now? Take one guess ….. that’s right …. the government.

Read More…