Tag Archives: internet

Seeking your opinions on internet values and core principles

The next Internet Governance Forum (IGF) is just around the corner and for the first time I am organizing a workshop there.  I think the title of the workshop speaks for itself.  It is: “Core Internet Values and the Principles of Internet Governance Across Generations.” The idea is very simple.  We are going to have… Read More »

Digest #26

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… Read More »

Digest #25

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  I think some of the new related updates may be not as relevant at this point, but they may still be useful as a historical reference. Recent news related Interesting reports, numbers, and visualizations Interesting… Read More »

Our modern Babel?

I wonder what do people think about the potential repercussions of the introduction of IDNs, particularly in terms of fragmentation of the Internet.  In this post I provide some background about the languages on the web, some of my thoughts, and finally questions for which I would love to hear your thoughts. After many years… Read More »