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.
According to an article on thenewspaper.com, tracking similar to what we saw in Enemy of the State could very soon be more real than you might want. Definitely more than I want. From the article: Private companies in the US are hoping to use red light cameras and speed cameras as the basis for a […]
Top 10 bankruptcy filings by US corporations, based on pre-bankruptcy assets. Data is from BankruptcyData.com via a CNBC slide show.
I am a candidate in the 2008 ARIN Advisory Council election.
I was nominated for a seat on the ARIN Advisory Council (AC) this week. I am very excited about this and am hopeful that I will be elected. ARIN [wikipedia] has a very organized election process, part of which is a questionnaire that all candidates must answer to serve as their campaign statement and bio. […]
It has come to my attention that Russia has recently attacked Georgia on two fronts (after Georgia reportedly attacked first). Reports indicate that ground forces have invaded the physical country and ‘cyber forces’ have laid siege to Georgian web sites and servers. This is according to information I have collected following an email received about […]
My friend Gene Barlow and I recently founded the Colorado chapter of the Internet Society. We had our first meeting on Wednesday the 19th of March, 2008 at the Lone Tree Public Library.
I posted yesterday the email I received announcing that Change Congress will soon be underway in earnest. I am excited and hopeful that this movement / organization will gain traction and eventually see success. My knowledge of Change Congress thus far is from Larry’s last lecture on “Free Culture.” The lecture was given on the […]