Category Archives: Project.Net-Work

Bruce Kushnick: The Book of Broken Promises

Bruce Kushnick’s research (New Networks Institute, bruce at newnetworks dot com) The Book of Broken Promises: $400 Billion Broadband Scandal & Free The Net.

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Resources On the Broadband as Utility Meme

Institute for Local Self-Reliance — Chris Mitchell et al Gigabit Nation – Craig Settles My Project Net-Work category Glenn Ricart’s KILLER APPS IN THE GIGABIT AGE Killer Apps in the Gigabit Age Craig Settles’ Blogroll Access Delray AppRising Benton Foundation- Headlines Bingham law firm Blake Jannelle Blandin on Broadband British […]

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GÉANT Open Calls

GÉANT Open Call: Authentication – WoT4LoA GÉANT Open Call: Authentication – SENSE GÉANT Open Call: Applications and Tools – ARES GÉANT Open Call: Applications and Tools – NSI-CONTEST GÉANT Open Call: Authentication – MEAL GÉANT Open Call: Authentication – CLASSe GÉANT Open Call: Applications and Tools – eMusic

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Way to Go O-H-I-O: DataOhio Initiative

Hudson Hollister of the Data Transparency Coalition reports at DataOhio Initiative: Open Data Brings Better Government and Business Opportunities

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Bandwidth, Capacity, and the Economics of the [Google] Gigabit

With the promotion of Google Fiber in Nashville I want to put out pointers to experts who can give real data about how these kinds of projects actually work themselves out. First up, Christopher Mitchell’s work at At with funding from the Media Democracy Fund. It was created and is maintained by the Telecommunications […]

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UPDATE: Every Car [Village] A Wi-Fi Transceiver [Wi-Fi Mesh]

This just in: Automotive Ethernet Gains Momentum as Membership in OPEN Alliance SIG Continues to Surge – Non-Profit Alliance Welcomes Leading Automotive Manufacturers – Now More than 140 Members Strong PR here # # # # How Mesh Networks Work Mesh networks are not just experimental network architectures — they are actively being used to […]

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Greg Cole, Director, Center for International Networking Initiatives, The University of Tennessee, the Principal Investigator and Director, GLORIAD, passed these links along about the Global Ring Network for Advanced Applications Development: Overview Movie: .mov (214 MB, download first, then play) NSF Director speech re: GLORIAD Egypt launch: .mp4 (205 MB) New NSF Director, Subra Suresh […]

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A: Because You Don’t ROWE Q: Why Can’t Tennessee Innovate? [Update]

Why Nashville Companies Are Targeting Tweens For High-Tech Jobs BY ALISSA WALKER | 07-09-2012 See here for news on ROWE in Nashville. Nicholas Holland demonstrates with his ROWE notes. My older ROWE related posts here. # # # # Mar 13, 2012 What good do personal clouds and corporate data hives, aquihires and crowdsourcing to meet your […]

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This Day in Really Fast Data

Making Broadband Construction Faster and Cheaper NSF Leadership in Discovery and Innovation Sparks White House US Ignite Initiative Whitehouse US Ignite Announcement and Discussion on Facebook Live Map of Partners Internet2 Statement Regarding Launch of US Ignite Cha# is Gig Poster Child (video) Build Eisenhower’s Highway System for Today’s Needs Dear Colleague Letter: New […]

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Analyzing and Improving Collaborative eScience with Social Networks (eSoN 12)

Workshop to be held with IEEE e-Science 2012 Monday, 8 October 2012, Chicago, IL, USA Introduction Social networking is profoundly changing the way that people communicate and interact on a daily basis. As eScience is inherently collaborative, social networks can serve as a vital means for supporting information and resource sharing, aiding discovery of connected […]

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