Daily Archives: September 6, 2013

Why Tech Types Should Care About Australia’s Election – NBN at Risk

Australia’s NBN (National Broadband Network) has been one of the most interesting (and promising) approaches to the legacy infrastructure problem plaguing telcos worldwide.   In a nutshell, the NBN project took over incumbent Telstra’s copper last mile network and was/is … Continue reading

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FYI – Added a Subscribe-By-E-Mail Option on the Site

Many thanks to a highly valued reader and friend for the suggestion.  Any or all such constructive feedback is DEEPLY appreciated.

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Is Larry Summers Iago to Obama’s Othello?

Obama continued interest in nominating Larry Summers to Fed Chairman is doubly worrying.  I think Summers is a bad choice.  But it also points to Obama’s isolation and (persistently) flawed managerial skillset.  Two things seem clear about Larry Summers.  We’ve … Continue reading

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