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March 26th, 2010 · No Comments
December 4th, 2009 · 2 Comments
It’s been way too long since I’ve made a post here on DrewClark.com. Obviously, most of my writing is at http://BroadbandCensus.com, and http://BroadbandBreakfast.com. But you can’t give up your own name, can you!
June 15th, 2009 · 2 Comments
My son, on discovering “Made in Italy” on an IKEA Glass: “I thought everything was made in China.”
May 10th, 2009 · 2 Comments
I just read Frank Rich’s New York Times piece about the fate of Newspapers. Typical old-media blather about the decline of the news business. The piece practically parrots the emerging meme that The Wall Street Journal is the one with the best business model in the news business - because they charge for readers. The […]
February 3rd, 2009 · 2 Comments
ARLINGTON, VA, February 3, 2009 - I’ll be live-Twittering the lecture by David Clark. See below — or the side of the page — for updates:
January 29th, 2009 · No Comments
The next several days feature a variety of upcoming events, both on broadband stimulus legislation, and on some of the broader issues associated with the Internet and its architecture.
On Friday, January 30, the Technology Policy Institute features a debate, “Broadband, Economic Growth, and the Financial Crisis: Informing the Stimulus Package,” from 12 noon – 2 […]
January 26th, 2009 · No Comments
WASHINGTON, January 26, 2009 - I’m live-Twittering the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation Broadband Stimulus Forum in Russell Senate Office Building. (See right-hand column for live feed.)
Also, to see the compendium of broadband stimulus-related proposals, visit http://development.broadbandcensus.com/zipcodes/states.
January 20th, 2009 · 5 Comments
WASHINGTON, January 20, 2009 - Today, I’m heading to the inaugural. I’ll be live-Twittering, if my Blackberry and the cellular infrastructure will support it, from downtown. Enjoy the historic occasion!
January 16th, 2009 · No Comments
I live-Twittered from the New America Foundation’s event on broadband stimulus. Here are some of my posting. You can also see the stream by going to http://twitter.com/drewclark.
January 15th, 2009 · 2 Comments
I just posted this piece on BroadbandCensus.com….
FCC Chairman Kevin Martin Resigns, Expresses Regret About Public Safety Communications
WASHINGTON, January 15, 2009 - Federal Communications Commission Chairman Kevin Martin on Thursday resigned from his position, effective Inauguration Day, and expressed the regret about the lack of interoperable communications networks for public safety officials. read more
December 8th, 2008 · No Comments
By Drew Clark for Intellectual Property Watch
WASHINGTON, DC - With major legislative changes to the United States patent system unfinished as the 110th Congress prepares to dissolve, Executive- and Judicial-branch agencies on Friday jostled for authority over future patent policy.
Speaking at a Federal Trade Commission (FTC) hearing on “The Evolving Intellectual Property Marketplace,” FTC […]
November 4th, 2008 · No Comments
I just finished Twittering the FCC open meeting. I didn’t even go to the FCC. (I didn’t have time to sit around for 5 hours and wait for the meeting to start.) And I got a nice plug from the Silicon Alley Insider.
However, now is the moment in which I miss out: the crowd is […]
November 3rd, 2008 · 2 Comments
While the FCC Commissioners play tit for tat over the deletion of the Universal Service Fund item from tomorrow’s — yes, on Election Day — open meeting of the commission, the other key issues ostensibly remain on the agenda: “white spaces,” the Sprint-Clearwire merger, and the Verizon-Alltel merger.
The meeting isn’t scheduled to start until 11 […]
October 30th, 2008 · No Comments
WASHINGTON, October 30 - At the National Press Club, Larry Irving and Grover Norquist are debating technology and the presidential candidates. Check the side of this page, or at http://twitter.com/drewclark, for my live Twitters!
October 2nd, 2008 · No Comments
Note: On Friday, October 3, the Information Economy Project at George Mason University School of Law will feature a discussion about “The Gore Commission, 10 Years Later: The Public Interest Obligations of Digital TV Broadcasters in Perfect Hindsight.” It will be held at 8:30 a.m. at the National Press Club. Registration details are below.
By Drew […]