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Spectrum Reform from PublicKnowledge.org

From the website PublicKnowledge.org


Interesting topic on Spectrum Reform with details on the upcoming spectrum auction. 8 more words

Fast Lane Internet

WebWeWant Festival London: Long, challenging road ahead

London’s cultural hub, the Southbank Centre, played host to a very interesting festival on the weekend of September 27-28. Called the WebWeWant Festival, the two-day event saw various seminars and talks on the history and future of the World Wide Web, which is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year. 767 more words


Can ordinary people get fired up over internet governance? Web We Want festival says yes

This weekend will see the start of the Web We Want festival at London’s Southbank Centre. Its organizers hope it will spark a movement that’s in some ways comparable to environmentalism. 622 more words

gcloud-node - a Google Cloud Platform Client Library for Node.js

On 16 September, Google Developers announced a good news for Node.js Developers. Now the developers who loves Node.js & want to integrate apps & websites with “Google Cloud”, Now after publishing their “Cloud Platform APIs”. 201 more words

Asharam Seervi

IndieWeb advocates launch Known so bloggers can be social and still control their content

Does the world really need a new blogging platform? Haven’t we already moved beyond that, thanks to platforms like Facebook and Twitter and Google Plus? Perhaps — but not everyone believes that’s a good thing. 780 more words

Rebranding challenge from Congresswoman Anna Eshoo - Internet Equity vs. Net Neutrality

As I was working on a chapter in a book I am currently writing (working title – “Connected:”), I came across a challenge from California Congresswoman Anna Eshoo to “launch a contest on Reddit to rebrand ‘net neutrality’—the term used to describe the principle of all Internet traffic being created equal and that it should be treated as such” 677 more words

Why should I care about the open Web?

What Does Mozilla Firefox Means When We Say “Open” ?

Mozilla, the makers of  Firefox, champion and protect the open Web. But a lot of you have asked, what does that mean? 596 more words

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