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Wired Magazine on the Internet and the Web

The September issue of Wired has an article that's online and already developing some buzz. Called The Web Is Dead. Long Live the Internet, it addresses the fact that we're using the Internet technologies (TCP/IP and HTTP) separately from the Web (HTML) in many cases. Where we once thought in terms of Web pages, we now think of apps.

Broadband Follow-up

On The Roundtable yesterday we talked about some of the issues about broadband particularly in areas where it's not available. There is another way to look at the problem: from the other side.

We do know how to minimize broadband requirements, and doing so might help people but at the potential cost of making broadband building efforts less urgent. The question is do we want broadband in all its glory or do we want people to get things done even if they don't have broadband?


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