It has been really long time since I have posted any updates. Yes, I was busy, but the number of open tabs with interesting articles kept on growing. So, today I have a moment to breathe and I decided to close some of them (before my Firefox crashes). Although some of the link are not as timely as they were when I first opened them, I think they are still relevant and interesting.
I should have posted this a while ago, but I was traveling, so here it is with a huge delay. I think some of the new related updates may be not as relevant at this point, but they may still be useful as a historical reference.
There is a lot going on, so here is another digest. It starts with some feedback from the recent open consultations for the upcoming IGF. Then it includes links to some studies, including the recently released Berkman report on broadband policy and then to some interesting opinions about the role of content piracy in technology adoption and about the link between net neutrality and job creation. And of course, as usual, some fun stuff
This time the digest is rather dense and lengthily. You will find links to writings about the recent Googlle-China clash, some responses to the launch of the iPad, some stats about broadband and young people online, discussions about ICT4D, information about some interesting initiatives, and more…
Since there is much more than just blogs at this point, I decided to rename this section; but nothing major.
This time there are some links related to the comments on the FCC stand on net neutrality, some stats summarizing 2009 as well as some regional stats, a number of provoking ideas on database security, digital collectivism, and more, a little bit on media and environment, and of course some fun stuff. Enjoy!
I am having a really hectic month with very little time to blog or even to read blogs. Nevertheless, there are some interesting links that keep on piling up, so, here is another digest. It looks like in this batch most of the material is coming from Twitter. Should I rename this category?
As always, thoughts, comments, and reflections are welcome and highly appreciated!
Recently I started playing with Twitter, which turned out to be a good source of interesting information. However, many times there is a gap between the time I open a link posted on Twitter and the time I actually read the item and add it to the digest. As a result, I think a number of items here are missing attribution. Not sure how I am going to deal with it, but if you have any ideas, please share. In the meantime, I just put “via Twitter” by those posts.
With the recent move and settling in a new place, I find it really difficult to keep up to date with my RSS feeds. So, some of the information below is a bit old, but I still hope you will find it interesting.