Browsing articles tagged with " minorities"
Nov
10
2010

As Broadband Use Grows The Gaps Remain In The Same Places

There was a recent article on Forbes.com that talks about the growing usage of numbers in broadband in the US.  As we all continue to become part of a world where having broadband access whether it’s residential or wireless is becoming a key differentiator in the quality of life that people can have. The article cites some significant growth statistics: “Among the major findings: _ 94.1 percent of households with income exceeding $100,000 subscribed to […]

Apr
20
2010

Reaching and Engaging Minorities Online

Click the image to watch the video from the event Yesterday I was invited to speak on a panel about this at the Politics Online Conference http://polc2010.com.   It was interesting to see the political world looking for ways to embrace the Internet.  There were vendors showing off online tools  and apps on Ipads. With sponsors like AOL and Microsoft I felt like i was at the Web 2.0 conference in San Fran but I was […]

Oct
21
2009

Who Can We Trust?

Public Knowledge, an organization representing what I would call “digital elites,” has joined with other elite activist groups to push the FCC to adopt so-called Net Neutrality rules.  To do this, Public Knowledge uses carefully chosen words like “neutrally,” “openness” and “discrimination.” I find myself wondering whether they have any idea what these words mean.  As they insist that net neutrality will benefit minorities, I have serious doubts. First, Public Knowledge suggests that our civil […]

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