Twitter Updates for 2012-01-31

Grassroots academic boycott against journal publisher Elsevier and its restrictive practices. Start of something big? # RT DSL Prime: "Wireless technology is rapidly moving to sharing spectrum." [AKA the era of cellular is ending.] # Waiting to talk to Bloomberg TV about the Facebook IPO and its impact on employees. #

Twitter Updates for 2012-01-27

RT WaPo: Siri "appears to unleash data consumption behaviors that have no precedent." Cellular is doomed. # RT @SteveCase: U.S. Chief Technology Officer To Step Down Today Thanks @AneeshChopra for your service to our country! # @howardgr /wave! # Great job by @gigastacey explaining what's accurate and wrong in the WaPo piece on Siri and spectrum: #

Twitter Updates for 2012-01-26

Hear me, Peter Decherney & Eric Clemons for a panel Thursday on SOPA and the Future of the Net. 5:30pm at the ARCH, 3601 Locust Walk. #

Twitter Updates for 2012-01-25

Important observation from fmr FCC Chairman Kennard, our man in Brussels. RT @USAmbEU: US&EU both rethinking #onlineprivacy & #IPR # Reminder: paper submissions for the End of the Phone System workshop at Wharton are due February 15! #

Twitter Updates for 2012-01-19

Beware. While the US fights about SOPA/PIPA, governments are pushing forward plans to take over the Net: #

Twitter Updates for 2012-01-09

Starting my annual sprint through 6 parallel sections of the core MBA law course. It's actually fun, but exhausting. #

Twitter Updates for 2012-01-07

I thought my quotes for this NPR marketplace piece were good, but I was upstaged by a guest named Siri: #

Twitter Updates for 2012-01-06

Top 1% of mobile users consume 50% of bandwidth; top 10% use 90%. And that's with only 13% on smartphones. # Just finished up a good panel on the FCC at the American Assoc. of Law Schools conference with Reed Hundt and Phil Weiser, among others. # @fiberguy I know, that's why I put the two numbers together. But I'm sure you can explain it better. Would love to ...

Twitter Updates for 2012-01-05

Guy who just emailed me that your webmail account was hacked: You do realize all 238 people you cc:ed can see each others' emails, right? #