I’m about to head to Boston for Connectivity 2002. One positive of a small baby is that getting up for those early morning flights is less of a challenge — you’re already up. Oh well, I didn’t need that sleep anyway!
This report may have some useful numbers on the growth of WiFi and wireless LANs. Unfortunately, the full report costs $2,995, and In-Stat won’t give me any summary data because they feel my company is a competitor.
Thanks, Doc! I’ll be back on the conference circuit before long. In fact, I’ll be speaking at Connectivity 2002 in Boston tomorrow.
Eli helping daddy check his email.
New motto for life: “Choose to be happy.”
So Bertelsmann is buying Napster after all….
Wired News: “Creativity — and the economy — thrive when copyrights are strong,” said Robert Holleyman, president of the Business Software Alliance. “The DMCA is proof of that. It has been one of the central pillars supporting the growth of the Internet and the economy in general.”
Anyone know why RealNetworks is up 17% today, when most tech stocks are down? I don’t see any news.
The blogosphere is a house of mirrors in every direction. Today’s example is this paper on open spectrum from a researcher in Japan, which cites to my Release 1.0 article on the topic. I found it via Skywave, which sources Jock Gill. Remember in the early days of the Web, when we all used to go to Yahoo! (or another search engine) and surf along the link trails? Traipsing through ...