John C. Dvorak has always been a favorite of mine and his latest column, Net Neutrality has a spokesperson, hits the nail on the head perfectly on the Net Neutrality bill.
After reading and listening to Ted Stevens' 10-minute speech to Congress, it made me want to book a flight to Washington, D.C. and teach the man the difference between the Internet and e-mail, which he probably didn't know to begin with.
Dvorak is right. Do we have the right man for the job who speaks on behalf of all of the telecom companies?
Using the Internet (finally!), the government is leveraging bloggers to look through the the documents they posted.
Even though there are 55,000 boxes of documents, only 600 are currently posted on the site. I'd say about 1/8 of them are currently written in English.
I browsed through some of the documents today. Interesting read.
Since Monday, there has been a "clarification" made to the article.