wow! this market is hugh! keep your eyes on EvolvingEdge
"Analysts see revenue potential in the connectivity. The Strategis Group estimates that revenue from broadband fixed wireless will reach $6.4 billion in 2004; others project about $5 billion that year." from: Fixed Wireless Increases Broadband Access
"Philip Kaplan, the wizard behind the curtain of FuckedCompany.com, has decided to monetize his online deadpool of failed dot-coms by charging for subscriptions to "premium features" of the site."
From: Business 2.0
from the Economist.com "Rumours are circulating of a superconductor that works at room temperature"
ted sent me this one: "Thousands of confidential messages between the CEO of an Internet company and top executives have been posted on the Web, stirring up a hornet's nest of corporate intrigue and providing a rare glimpse into a dot-com as it struggled to cope with a brutal shakeout."
Nominate someone to carry the Olympic Torch in Salt Lake [hint-hint … nudge-nudge :]
P2P extreme … "The Grid will not only enable sharing of documents and MP3 files, but also connect PCs with sensors, telescopes and tidal-wave simulators."
wow! i wish i could have been this subversive when i was in highschool.
Aaron Swartz writes, "School harms kids! You may not believe it at first, but it's true. In America, we have a mandatory public school system that destroys children's minds and molds them into slaves of the establishment." in his schoolyard subversion blog and he's only in 9th grade!
i have to agree with aaron. i hated the left-brained method of teaching i experienced in school. subjects seems disconnected, collaboration was contrived and testing didn't show how well a student understood a subject, it only demonstrated how well they memorized facts. IMHO, education is a holistic experience.
April 3rd: "Take Back the Net day and Buy Something Online" … yeah sounds great! … but no one has any money!
"On May 6, … enjoy the awesome experience of riding 42 miles on traffic free streets through the five boroughs of New York City."
It's the best way to see NYC! Register online
sweet! … "A Swedish company says it's created the first P2P software for wireless. The Bluetooth-based software aims to let a roomful of people swap files with no strings attached."
hmm, "…a stealth company that hopes to merge some of Akamai Technologies' approach with a Napster-like model…" [more here]