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The Future Of Monetization On The Internet


The internet is an information delivery and communications platform. It was created initially by the United States government to replace the other information delivery and communications platforms in our world.

This is because the other platforms are relatively antiquated and are not functional or reliable in the event of a…


The United States Government Won’t Be Capable Of Leading The Global Technology Future Ahead, And It Will Need To

It’s interesting to watch the internet, and what goes on about it. Most in the U.S. industry pays closest attention to what the ‘billion dollar’ estimates (or in the industry’s term, ‘valuation’) are of the web software companies (websites, apps, social networks…


The Rising, Looming Era of The Legislative Internet

The internet is a fascinating innovation. It’s a fault resistant, device agnostic information distribution, communications and utility…


Interesting…

  1. That it is a novelty to recognize or understand that ad-revenue only models are not really viable in media business, as they never have been. Of course media companies are surviving with revenue coming from several sources — that is how media has survived across information distribution platforms for decades and long before the internet was created.

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About Google And Wireless Voice Calling

Google mentioned it would be combining ‘wireless and cellular in a seamless way,’ presumably for mobile device voice phone calls. Which, is a bit unusual given that the internet infrastructure — being device agnostic — would never have the need to combine the two for such things.

The internet infrastructure has the ability to deliver…


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There was an article about China requiring that internet-based and technology companies provide its government encryption keys as well as install ‘back doors’ or secondary access…


About The FCC Net Neutrality Decision Today


It’s fantastic and exciting that the FCC has made the changes it has today regarding net neutrality. What will be most fascinating, though, will be what kind of regulations the ruling will ultimately usher in for companies on the internet versus the carriers that provide the infrastructure to them. The internet classified as a utility can mean…


Larry Page Is Right About The Silicon Valley

There has been a lot of talk around Google’s Larry Page calling out the Silicon Valley as being short sighted. The Silicon Valley, meaning of course, beyond the Silicon Valley geographically since the original Silicon Valley is no longer the sole tech hub in the country and hasn’t been for nearly a decade. Though it still holds the largest…


Google As A Telco

There was an article today about Google enabling voice calling via the internet for Google Hangout users.

The internet platform by design has always had the functionality and ability to deliver voice telephone calls (mobile or landline), since the day it was invented by the U.S. government over twenty years ago. The concept of voice calls via the platform…


About ‘Cutting The Cord’ And The Internet Platform


It is fascinating to watch the adaptation to the internet platform by the technology industry, both on the hardware (devices and objects, large and small) and the software (websites, apps, social networks, search engines, etc.). This because, both appear to often think that the internet is not owned by telecom carriers, which it is in…


Ignoring The Internet Software Business Will Save The Media/Content Business 


The digital content (media) business, and content business in general as it relates to the internet platform, is one of the poorest examples of adaption and adoption to a disruptive technology. But it’s not necessarily the content industry’s fault.