Monthly Archives: January 2007

Broadband battle basix

It is very fatigue inducing to get into the net neutrality, broadband availability conversation. Doc Searls, in his Linux Journal blog lays out the reasons very nicely here. My favorite clarification statement- “Everybody needs to see that serving this demand … Continue reading

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Not good enough

Ok, I called my shot, and I was wrong. Neither the players or Marty showed up ready to advance on Sunday. Both lost their cool. Both made bad choices, that piled on top of bad hands, mostly, were more than … Continue reading

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MARTY HATERS FOR CHARGER VICTORY

Been reading and listening to all the folks saying that Schottenheimer has to choke this weekend. Noooo! Up front let me say that I hate Marty, and I have been in the Charger stands for over four decades. if you … Continue reading

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More fiber now

As a member of my local Broadband Task Force, I have been part of a three year dialogue about how to make my community better connected. It has been frustrating. First one has to make clear that what is currently … Continue reading

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Chowds lack bodies in people game

As a long time Charger fan ( I was there when Balboa Stadium only had one level) I can’t really recall the last time the Patriots came to San Diego for a playoff game. I can remember the first- the … Continue reading

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