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December 6, 2009 by

Why 'Free Conference Calls' are like Russian Roulette

When you're calling your important prospect with a free conference call number, you probably don't realize the increasing chances of getting a number unobtainable message like this as digital telco disruption escalates.Conference calls are a vital part of collaboration, with millions participating in remote meetings by telephone.

October 14, 2009 by

AT&T to FCC: Close loopholes and write rules that apply to Google, too

AT&T has taken off the boxing gloves in its fight with Google over the Google Voice service and proposed Net Neutrality rules. In a letter to the FCC (PDF) this week, AT&T went on the attack to portray Google as a big powerful company that's trying to fool the FCC into believing that the rules shouldn't apply to it.

June 3, 2007 by

A rational debate on Net Neutrality

The subject of Net Neutrality has become so politicized that it's almost impossible to have a rational debate on the subject. Even the term "Net Neutrality" has become a political slogan that is often deliberately vague to hide its true meaning.

April 6, 2007 by

What should be your Plan B if Vonage locks you out or goes away?

In light of today's U.S. District Court ruling that Vonage will not be able to add any new customers until some form of final resolution is reached in the issue of infringement of three of Verizon's patents, many, including colleague Larry Dignan are wondering about such issues as:  What if you want to sign up with VoIP, have been thinking strongly about Vonage, but now that's unavailable to you?

August 11, 2006 by

Rupert Goodwins' Diary

AOL's good deed is punished, Winter Solstice for the robot, a pox on Microsoft and the spooks get grounded. Welcome to the Rule of Auto-Ironic Subversion

June 7, 2006 by

Net neutrality and the political point of no return

My fellow blogger George Ou has taken me to task for helping to politicize a subject matter which he feels is undeserving of any politicization.  Commenting on a blog entry I wrote yesterday (see Some must see Net neutrality videos) which pointed to both MoveOn.


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