This is a response to The Changing Foundation of the Internet: Address Transfers and Markets by Geoff Huston The majority of this piece was written on 27 October 2008, closely following the posting of The Changing Foundation of the Internet but due to time constraints in my schedule, I have just now gotten around to […]
ARIN Meetings Fellowship Program announced today.
Internet Society press release: ISOC TO ADDRESS EUROPEAN PARLIAMENTARIANS ON IMPORTANCE OF OPEN INTERNET DEVELOPMENT
Well, the results are now official; I did not get a seat on the ARIN AC this year. I will of course continue my activity on the ARIN PPML and hopefully make it to (at least one or two of) next years meetings. Who knows, maybe I will run again in 2009! Congratulations to everyone […]
The ARIN XXII meeting report was made available today. It contains, among many other things, a transcript of all the BoT and AC candidate speeches that were made on Friday morning. I have copied mine here: MR. GRUNDEMANN: Good morning. Yes, I’m Christopher Grundemann. I was sitting there thinking about what I could say up […]
IP space (v4, v6, vX) is a public resource and as such should be borrowed, used and returned by those with a need for it.
The 2008 ARIN Election is now open. Make sure your voice is heard.
Not knowing where you would like to go is a sure way to end up somewhere else. Or as Draper L. Kaufman, Jr. put it: “Those who do not create the future they want must endure the future they get.” The first step in creating that future is determining what it is.
I am a candidate in the 2008 ARIN Advisory Council election.