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December 2010 Blog Posts (6)

Net Neutrality: regulations looking for a problem that doesn't exist

[crossposted from my fledgling weekly live call-in show at PeterKay.Com]

 

I've been loosely following the Net Neutrality (NN) issue for some time now and when I first heard about the general concept (which was that ISPs cannot discriminate IP traffic, i.e. packets are packets regardless of their payload) I was in favor of it. However, as I…

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Added by Peter Kay on December 21, 2010 at 11:30pm — 51 Comments

FormDs Entrepreneurial State Rankings October 2009 - October 2010

Form D filings per state. If you don't know what a form D is then you've never raised money.

http://www.formds.com/filings/by_state_map/

Hawaii doesn't even make it onto the map.

More details here.…

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Added by Ken Berkun on December 11, 2010 at 8:46pm — 6 Comments

Google: Please Save Web Developers

How a new suite of unencumbered technologies could elevate web development today and better prepare us for HTML5 tomorrow

The web development world is in an interesting place. HTML5 is the future, but its not quite ready. Javascript is the lingua franca of this brave new world despite the fact it lacks many basic…

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Added by Daniel Leuck on December 11, 2010 at 1:30pm — 13 Comments

December 2010 Newsletter

I just returned from a business trip to Tokyo. Its always fun to see whats happening in Japan's tech mecca. Every year the vending machines and mobile phones seem to move closer to sentience. In case they are already self aware and are reading this newsletter, I want you to know I welcome our new vendoketai skynet overlords.



Tokyo is the most wired city in the world. If you've ever seen the Simpson's episode where Homer gets restaurant recommendations from his hotel toilet - well,… Continue

Added by Daniel Leuck on December 1, 2010 at 4:00pm — 7 Comments

Digital literacies required for the 21st century workplace

Aloha,


I’m in the process of creating a cable/online introductory Computer Science course. Basically the outcomes of the course are for students to decide and apply digital literacies required for the 21st century workplace. From an employer’s point of view what digital literacies do you look for when you are hiring employees?


The course will be based on a scenario where students perform real-world activities found in the workplace.…
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Added by Greg Walker on December 1, 2010 at 12:21pm — 3 Comments

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