Monthly Archives: October 2007

Soviet ministries

Walt Mossberg gets it, too: he likens wireless carriers in the US to Soviet ministries. I would go further and include most incumbent telcos, but hey, this is a good start. I think things are going to change in broadband-land.

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hear, hear

Great article in the New York Times’ business section on the upcoming 700 MHz auctions and the White Spaces Coalition. Here’s to hoping that the FCC will take up professor Judith Chevalier on her advice; we desperately need more competition … Continue reading

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record labels…

Last Monday, Nine Inch Nails announced that they are no longer under contract with a record label, and intend to sell their music directly to the public. Yesterday, Radiohead released its latest album online allowing the buyer to decide how … Continue reading

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