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Dana Dana Blankenhorn has been a business journalist for over 25 years and has covered the online world professionally since 1985. He founded the "Interactive Age Daily" for CMP Media, and has written for the Chicago Tribune, Advertising Age, and dozens of other publications over the years.
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Moore’s Law defines the history of technology. It held that the number of circuits etched on a given piece of silicon could double every 18 months as far as its author, Intel co-founder Gordon Moore, could see. Moore’s Law has spawned constant revolutions since then, not just in computing but in communications, in science, in a host of areas. Moore’s Law applies to radios, and to optical fiber, but there are some areas where it doesn’t apply. In this blog we’ll take a daily look at new implications of Moore’s Law in real time, as it rolls forward to create our future.
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Date Index
February 2006
27: The Legend of Dennis Hayes
26: Evolution Changes Its Mind (Again)
25: Welcome to 1966
23: What Must Craigslist Do?
23: No Such Thing as Free WiFi
22: The Internet As A Political Issue
22: Google Images Ruled Illegal
21: Fall of Radio Shack
18: Dana's Quick Writing Course
17: Blog Pimple About to Pop?
15: Show Trial
14: Yahoo Gets Lost in Translation (Badda-Boom, Badda-Bing)
12: The Phony Fon "Scandal"
10: The Return of Political Spam
09: The TV Barrier
09: The Superbowl's Most Important Ad
08: A Blogger Ethics Panel
05: AOL, Yahoo Will Sell You Out for a Penny (Maybe Less)
02: A World of Rationed Liberty
02: Corruption On The Web
01: St. Google and the Dragons

January 2006
31: What Coretta Gave Me
31: HIPAA Worse Than The Disease
30: The Internet Necessity
30: The Law and Google
29: This Week's Clue The Entrepreneurial Team
25: Porn Fight Kills the E-Mail Guy
24: Alternative Energy No Longer an Option
24: A Curious Theory of Conservatism
24: 4 Years For Spammer: How Much For His Enablers?
23: Sexual Monsters Inc.
21: Railroaded
20: This Week's Clue: Circuit Breakers
20: What Jobs Could Buy Today
20: Angel (Investors) in America
19: Murder the Beloved Country
18: The Video Fiction
17: Conservative Crackup over Cable?
15: It's the Process, Stupid
15: The Age of Segregation
11: The Content Chimera
10: A Government Action I Like
09: The Watermarking of the Web
09: Congress Passes Blatantly Unconstitutional Law Against Internet Speech
06: Making Microsoft Disappear
05: The Google Bubble
05: Is Otellini Changing Intel Quickly Enough?
04: File Hoarding 1.0 Proves Bad Business
03: Diminishing Returns on Spectrum
03: Where Is The Power?
02: Fox' MySpace Violates Net Neutrality

December 2005
30: Credibility is the Coin of the Realm
29: End Impeachment Talk Now
28: Om mane padme WRONG
27: Memo to Soros
23: This Week's Clue: The Spring of Consensus
23: Family Fun, for Christmas
22: Melinda
22: The Social Generation
21: Web Bloatware
21: Sun COO Endorses Intel
21: Law & Order Twist in Blackberry Case
20: The CES Hype Machine Tunes Up
20: The eBay Myth
19: Time Warner Dips Into the Funny Money Again
19: The Terrorists Won
16: The Traffic Economy
16: Is This Google's Riskiest Move Yet?
16: This Week's Clue: Slouching Toward Armageddon
15: Windows Live Why?
15: Nationalize the Phone Network
14: Monopolists at the Academic Gates
14: The Right Way to Economic Development
13: Surrender, Billy
12: This Just In: People Can Be Bad
12: False Lessons of the Dreamworks Deal
09: This Week's Clue: Kilby's Law
09: Moore's Handwriting On the Wall
08: Mobile WiMax (Finally) Approved
07: Big Boost to Medical Always On
07: Bruce Arena's Big Mistake
07: The Platform Challenge
06: Web 1.0 Bust on Web 2.0 Boom
06: Buckytubes Phone Home
06: Point of Personal Privilege: -ic
05: Lessons From Virgin Mobile
05: What The World of Always On Needs Now
05: Quote of the Day
05: Good News From New Orleans
02: Universal Mobile Phones Coming Soon
02: Here Come 'da Judge
02: Getting to Cellular Always-On
01: Bells Formally Seek End of Network Neutrality

November 2005
30: Will the Blogosphere Break Up Sony?
29: Moore's Chicken Pecks Sony
28: Finally, Some Decent Podcast Aggregation
28: Mapquest Going Down
25: Where China is Vulnerable
24: How A Titty Bar Visit Could Cost You Big Time
24: The al-Jazeerah Story
23: We're Number 21
22: Back In Their Pajamas
22: What's In A Name?
21: Mooreslore Part of the Year
21: Solving The Retail Experience
21: Microsoft's Latest Cable Play
18: Open Source Political Opportunity
18: Blogging Bubble
16: What Becomes a Blog Most?
15: Sony's Crocodile Tears
15: Give Me Hotzones or Give Me Death
15: Phishing and Terrorism
15: Content Fetish
14: War Among the Democrats
12: Stringer's Choice
11: The Fall of eBay
11: Analysts, Advocates and Journalists
10: Binary Thinking in an Analog World
09: How To Be A Big Time 21st Century Brand
09: Why Monopoly 4.0 Will Fail
09: Intel WiMax Strategy Fizzling
09: The Achilles Heel of Web 2.0
08: Democracy vs. Consensus
08: Bush and Gates
07: The End of Online Freedom?
04: This Week's Clue: 20th Century Limited
04: Is That HotSpot Registered?
04: Viruses Cut out the Middleman
02: The Second Great Reversal
02: Where Bloggers Go For News
02: SBC Worldcom?
01: Cops vs. Robbers
01: 5,000 Hour Fuel Cell
01: Net Neutrality Will Triumph
01: Still the Economy, Stupid

October 2005
31: How the Bucky Man Transformed My Alma Mater
31: The Collectors
31: The Return of AT&T
30: The $50 Cellphone
30: Final Exam for CAN-SPAM
30: Should I Kill My Phone Line?
28: Replacing Edison
28: The New Credibility
27: Saved by the Cable Guy
25: Intel Losing Power
25: Rich and Poor
25: Comeback of the Year: Chris Anderson Leads Wired Back
24: American Diaspora 34
24: Off Line
24: Table of Contents: American Diaspora
21: This Week's Clue: The Entrepreneurial Mind Set
21: eCraig
21: Walter Scott's Internet Power Play
21: Economic Lesson of Google Print
19: Is the Blogosphere Really Better?
18: The Indian Invasion of America
18: The Speed of Deciding
17: Are These WiFi Concessions Necessary?
17: Microsoft Plays Ogre
14: Yahoo's Blogging Dilemma
14: This Week's Clue: The Open Source Business Model
14: American Diaspora 33
13: Dana's Answer to Jakob's Quest
13: WYGIWYS -- What You Get Is What You See
13: What's Wrong with the new iPod?
12: Corante is Not Second Class Journalism
07: Cramer Gets Prechterized
07: This Week's Clue: Second Acts
06: The Secret Behind the Quick Sales?
06: Thoughts on Web 2.0
06: Blogging's AOL Moment
05: Gas Rationing
05: Who Should Lead Google?
04: Super Bear
04: More on The Internet Break-Up
03: Mesh Era Finally Arrives
03: Music Industry Profits Down
03: This Week's Clue: George Lindsay
02: Race to the Bottom
02: This Tower of Babel Has Fallen

September 2005
30: Internet War Begins...in the U.S.?
29: Another Route Toward Long-Term Research
29: You Know, For Kids
29: The Best Way to Kill Technology
29: Dean's Choice
28: American Diaspora 32
28: Palm-Windows Not A Big Deal
27: Why Kids Need to Lead
27: No News May Be News
26: Trust and the Network Boundary
26: Apple's Friends are Foreign
26: Murdoch MySpace Deal Going Pear-Shaped?
25: This Week's Clue: Back to the 60s
25: The Source of the Times' Strategy
25: New Software, Better Service
23: Wrong Number, It Must be 2005
21: What? I'm Retirement Age?
21: Apple Claims iTunes Fix
20: Who Will Audit the Red Cross?
20: Google Flattens the World
19: The Internet as Shopping Mall
19: Gittin' While the Gittin's Good
18: Rice Wins Again!
16: Welcome to the Third World
16: They Don't Need Your Identity
16: Paris Hilton Hacker Gets Jail
16: Mobile Growth for 2005 is 380 million
16: This Week's Clue: The Mugabe Precedent
14: Where to Find the Times' Columnists
14: Financial Battle for the New Interface
14: Google Blogsearch Open
13: American Diaspora 31
13: Meanwhile, back in space
13: We're All Journalists Now
12: Why eBay-Skype Could Be AOL-Time Warner
12: eBay Changes its Business
11: A Visit to New Orleans
10: Don't Take iTunes 5.0 for Windows (For Now)
09: Murdoch's Internet Strategy
09: The New Normal: A View from Atlanta
08: Vinton What's the Frequency?
08: Your Money is Magnetic Ink
08: Upgrade-itis
07: Hurricane Victims Must Use IE
07: Keychain Computing
06: American Diaspora 30
06: Bolshevism
05: The Spoils System
04: This Week's Clue: Journalism With Google Maps
04: Sacrifice to Get 'R Done
03: Quick Quote From Yours Truly
01: The Dry Drunk Meme

August 2005
31: Some Good News
31: Logistics of New Orleans' Kidney Transplant
30: The Big One
29: Fight for the New Interface
29: The Killer App for Broadband
29: Mobile "Internet" Service Isn't
29: Corante Author on WZNN in Asheville
28: What I'm Listening To
28: The Other Katrina
27: Save the Internet!
27: AMD's Big Chance
26: A Modest Proposal
26: Google-ology
25: Halfway Through the Decade of Wireless
25: Hawaii Should Be Texas
25: Corruption of the Lists
24: Google's VOIP Play
23: American Diaspora 29
22: Where Gates Bests Jobs
22: Artificial Scarcity
22: Verisign, Cellular a match made in heaven (Not)
22: Apple Phone or UMG Phone?
22: Not All HotSpot Advantages Obvious
22: The Best Way to Save Gas
21: Dating the Next Recession
19: This Week's Clue: Beyond The Culture Wars
19: Mo Mowlam Dead
18: Google's Choice
18: Verizon's Futuristic "Vision"
17: The Value of Credibility
16: The Emperor is Naked! The Empire is a Lie!
16: Bush Cuts Off DNS Intelligence
16: Refusing to Learn
15: A Basic Threat To The Web
15: The Real Estate Bubble Pops Here
12: A Great Woman Lies Dying
12: Grow Up, Eugene
12: American Diaspora 28
12: Why Is Oil So High?
10: Wireless Business Models
10: In Search of...Wireless Business Models
10: What blogging does to Journalists
09: Fox Calls for Better Henhouse Security
09: HIPAA and Unintended Consequences
09: A Better Move for Cisco
08: Time of Confusion
08: Intel Fights the Power
07: The WiMax Imperative
06: Outgrowing the Grownup
05: Wi-Fi and Real Estate
05: The Mystery of Overstock.Com
05: Gangs of New Blog
04: Dumb Predictions
04: Above the Law
03: American Diaspora 27
02: The Moore's Law Dialectic
01: What's a Brother Gotta Do (to get fired around here?)

July 2005
31: The Identity Wars
31: The Lessons of Walton and Ford
30: My Bad (H-P's Too)
30: This Week's Clue: Information Wanted to be Translucent
29: Microsoft VisiOn (uh, Vista)
29: The Tech-Politics Contradiction
28: Payday Loans, Now Online
28: Magic Word
27: Becoming an Un-Person
27: NPR and Philly WiFi
27: Cheap Shot in a Good Cause
24: Marc Canter Responds
23: The Coming Crash?
23: Marc Canter's Clue
23: Qwest Seeks Yet More Subsidies
22: American Diaspora 26
21: Lazy Reporter Calls Reporter Lazy
21: Bank of Wal-Mart
21: Seattle Weekly Discovers VRWC
21: First Shoe Drops on The Chinese Century
21: Pay for Play Is Already Here
20: The Web is Already Balkanized
20: Corporate Death Penalty
19: Harold W. Furchtgott-Roth (Gumby)
19: Quote of the Day
19: Is Chris DeWolfe Worth $580 million?
19: Marky's Mark
18: ICE: Accelerating Moore's Law of Training
18: Press Bias
18: Jamster Adds RSS Spam
16: America's Shame: Spam War Heats Up Again
15: The Most Subversive Book Series Ever
15: Technorati Should Be For Sale
15: This Week's Clue: The Good German
15: The New Interfaces (co-starring Steve Stroh as "The Expert")
14: BlogAds Gets TBS Gig
14: The Finnish Example
14: American Diaspora 25
13: My Personal Spam War
13: CBS Bets On Ververs
13: Ebbers Gets 25 Years
13: Fast Work on London Blasts
12: Ballmer's Microsoft
12: Fight for One Internet
11: Joe-Jobber
11: The Citizen Journalism Fad
11: This Week's Clue: Mr. Pulitzer, Tear Down This Wall!
11: Living in the Forest
11: A Blogger's Plea for Truth
08: The Moblog Disaster
08: Orwell's FCC Chair
07: Lasica: King of Irony
07: Disney Cellular Idiocy
07: London Calling
05: Antitrust: It's the Process, Stupid
05: American Diaspora 24
05: Chinese PR Experts Needed
05: Kill Joe Pt. 1
01: J.D. Lasica's "Darknet"
01: The King of Collaboration
01: Has The Internet War Been Declared?

June 2005
30: Congressional Spam
30: Pressure on the Good Guys
30: TheFeature Closes
30: T-Mobile Jumps Over The Wall
30: Comdex Lives in Taiwan
30: Media Anarchy
29: The Crazy Frog Scandal
29: An Always-On Endorsement
28: AMD's New Legal Offensive
28: The OTHER Supreme Court Decision
28: Identity Theft Turning Point?
27: A Digital Brown? Or A Digital Plessy?
27: No Such Thing As Free WiFi
27: Hilary Rosen Gets It (Too Late)
27: The Hedy Lamarr of Early TV
23: American Diaspora 23
21: The Chipfather is Dead
21: American Diaspora 22
20: House of Card
17: Respite
17: This Week's Clue: Two Trains
16: Why the Housing Crash Will Happen
16: The Real Mark Cuban
16: Death of RSS Keywords
15: The Journalism Crisis
15: Best. Commencement. Speech. Ever.
15: Moore's Law is Everywhere
14: MacGates, or The Tragedy of the Uncommon
14: Who You Want Working for You
13: American Diaspora 21
13: Medical Always-On Niche Prospers
13: Lost
13: When Will They Ever Learn?
13: Even Free WiFi Needs a Business Model
10: A Note to Pew
10: Dismissing Always On Applications
10: This Week's Clue: Destroying the Village
10: A Master Politician at Work
09: Conservation of Memory
09: Dana's Law of Bellheads
09: The Gadget Era
08: It's Little Brother, Stupid
08: I'm My Own Big Brother
08: Bubbles
07: American Diaspora 20
07: Siemens Dumps Mobile Business
07: Should the Internet be Governed?
06: Apple-Intel Follow-up
06: Rep Rap Rip
06: Second Secular Humanist Revival Meeting
06: Anakin Scott Card
05: Intel's Bad Trade
03: This Week's Clue: Deep Commerce
03: Consolidation
02: Cellular WiFi
02: Short Term Values
02: Glaser's Best is Just a Start
01: Uncounted Costs of Spam
01: Stupid, Slathering Deep Throat Instapunditry

May 2005
31: Death of the Business Press
31: Seven Rules for Corporate Blogs
31: The Short Tail
29: The Real Open Source Challenge is Getting Paid
29: Von Neumann's Science Lesson
28: One for the Web?
27: A Predation Story
27: This Week's Clue: Personal Network Management
26: Always On Political Roadblock
26: The Way of Hollywood is Madness
25: Doctors in the Land of Lud
25: The Fog of Blogs
25: Screwed
25: The News Cartel
24: No BP or Morgan Stanley Ads Here
24: Et Tu, Frodo?
24: The Frist Rule
23: Whatever Happened To That Jobs Kid?
23: American Diaspora 19
23: The Right Blogging Business Model
23: File Hoarders Get BitTorrent Win
21: The Microsoft Sign-0ff
21: This Week's Clue: Jerimoth Hill
20: Gateway to Nowhere
20: My Google?
19: Google's New Strategy Serves Shareholders
19: From The Security Manager's Desk
18: Newsweek and 2+2
18: Waiting for Grokster
18: Always On Is RFID
18: Rushdie World
17: Patently Obvious Patent and Copyright Reform
16: Asinine
16: That's One Small Step for Wine...
16: Payola
16: Oy, Canada
15: PARTI Hearty
14: A Publisher's Ethics
13: Blogging Business Models
13: Unitarian Jihad
13: The Times vs. Sullivan Boundary
13: Last Friend Gone
12: Tragic End to Jones-O'Gara Feud
12: Blogonomics
11: American Diaspora 18
11: CNN Surrenders to Blogosphere
11: Is A Drug Danger Story Being Ignored?
09: Wi-Fi-in'
09: Googlejuice, Googlejuice, Googlejuice
09: The Real Difference Between Blogging and Journalism
09: Dirty Little Secret: Glenn Reynolds Is OK
09: Manchurian Fantasy
05: Weekend Reading
05: Intel's New Direction
05: Scaled Credibility
05: New Left
04: East of the Blog, West of the Media
04: Social Mobility
03: Pitch Credibility
03: Where A Blog Business Model Starts
02: The Myth of Scarcity
02: The Lies of Market Research
02: American Diaspora 17
02: Last Word on VOIP
02: WiFi Ground War

April 2005
29: The Seventh Crisis
29: Is Blogging Journalism?
28: The Entrepreneur's Secret is No
28: U.S. Now 16th In Broadband
28: 14 Clues Murdoch Won't Use
28: Stepping Toward a Space Elevator
27: Murdoch To Papers: You're Dead
27: The Spam Fight Continues
27: Blog Item Placement Flux
27: The New Digital Divide
27: Moore Transitions
26: American Diaspora 16
26: Two Blogging Markets
25: Tear Down The Great Wall of Silence
25: Cell Companies Don't Provide Internet
25: Bidding for MCI Hits $10 Billion
25: One Chip, One License
25: The Open Source Political Challenge
25: New Week, New Reading List
25: The Lost Point
24: After the Fall
23: My Mistake
23: Lessons Learned follow-up
23: Lessons Learned
22: Ornstein Syndrome
21: American Diaspora 15
21: Cycles
20: The Crisis at Google (and how to solve it)
20: Gaining the Sweet Smell of Success
20: Advice for Young Journalists
20: Verizon Buying the Internet Core
20: Broken Links, RSS Abuse and Beyond
20: Earthlink Backs MetroFi
20: Why U.S. Technology Eclipse May be Permanent
19: The Hole In Intel's WiMax Strategy
19: Old Girl Network
19: Open Source Transparency
19: Lance's Last Ride
18: Adobe Buying Macromedia
18: Blogger of the Year
18: The Next Pope
18: Shut Up And Pay, Peasant
18: The Real P2P Threat
18: Mobile Phone Backlash
15: Your Weekend Reading
15: Components of the Always On World
15: A Chip On Everything
15: Business Week Almost Writes About Always On
15: How Intel Can Fix Its Mobility Problems Right Now
15: Intel Wants Moore Article
14: Criminals Discover Blogging
14: With Friends Like These
14: Municipal WiFi a Reality (in Wales)
13: Citizen Blog
13: Be Very Afraid
13: BBC Brown-out
13: WiFi Movement in Disarray
12: American Diaspora 14
12: CIA Invests In Always On
12: The Attention Economy
12: The Right Way to CityWide WiFi
11: New Always On Resource
11: Today's Big Lie: Spam Is OK
11: Tyranny of the Beat
11: Googlesphere
11: .jobs and .travel to go live
11: Why Philly WiFi Will Fail
10: DNS Poisoning Threatens Intranets
10: Online Gaming For Some Means Online Gaming For All
09: The Ugly Prince
08: The Coming Real Estate Wreck
07: JamsterGate
07: There and Here
07: Crack Of Doom?
04: Will SCO Case Make The Finish Line?
04: Who Sets The Agenda?
04: Journalists Still Don't Get Moore
04: Jumping the iPod
04: Down Laptop Lane
03: Finding the Good Stuff
02: Which Medium Shares Grief Best?
01: The Issue of Our Time
01: We Love Vint Cerf
01: Venture Capitalists No Smarter Than Anyone Else

March 2005
31: Dana's Law of Content
31: The Right Telecomm Policy
31: Qwest Persists For Big Government's Sake
31: American Diaspora 13
30: Doom Creator Creating Cellphone Game
30: Entrepreneurial Tug of War
29: Entrepreneurs Wanted
29: Google vs. News Inc.
28: Predictive Text Patent Filed By Texas
28: The Schiavo Spammer
28: The Demonization of Google Has Begun
28: Gator Comes To Yahoo
28: Editorial Licensing
28: The Grokster Case Is Irrelevant
25: How To Kill Your Newspaper
25: Content's Forgotten Middle Class
25: $465 Million For A Trade Secret?
24: The Blogging Co-Opters
24: Mobility Bridges the Digital Divide
24: MMS Interoperability (Finally)
24: The Bandwidth Restaurant
23: Bill Nye for President
23: Microsoft Patents IPv6
23: The Gibson Safety Dance
22: American Diaspora 12
22: End The Gore Tax
22: Sunrise, Sunset for Poor Man's Cellular
21: Et Tu, Barry Diller?
21: The Real Stasi
21: Terrorism or Freedom Fighter
21: AOL Surrenders To The Net (AFP Take Note)
21: Yahoo and Google Party Like It's 1999
21: War Against Hotspots Begins
21: AFP Robot.Txt File Found
20: How AFP Can Win Its Suit
19: AFP Sues Google Rather Than Write Robots.Txt File
18: IEEE Approves Single 802.11n Proposal
18: The Oil Curse
18: The New ILECs
18: VOIP Hot Now, Not Later
18: So Now You Notice...Why?
17: Fixing the MSM
17: Can SMS Save MMS?
17: Microsoft adCenter Ignores 90s' Lessons
17: Bloggers are the new Stasi?
17: Google News Tilting Blog Playing Field
16: NGage Price Cut To $99
16: Intel Pushes MMX2 For Mobiles
16: OJR Still Clueless
16: American Diaspora 11
16: Alternate Attention
15: Who Killed ROKR?
15: IBM Suit Demonstrates Hollowing of Military
15: The Tech Tax Proposal Sucks (There's a Better Way)
14: Apple Suit Reporting is Wormy
14: Spectrum Law Is Not Property Law
14: Newspapers Are Your Big Opportunity
14: Who Will Break The Chain Against DRM?
13: Samsung 7Mb Camera Phone
13: The Yank At the Heart of Your Mobile
13: America Rising? No.
13: Novell Supports Son of DeCSS
11: Permission in Big Transactions
11: Dean Kamen Gets It
11: Doerr Doesn't Get It
10: T-Mobile Drops Sidekick Service
10: Moore Wisdom
10: Blu-ray Bags Apple
10: Gates Feeling Groovy, or a Microsoft OzFest
10: Where EDGE Cellular Makes Sense
10: One More Step for Always On
10: Mutterings on Corporate Personhood
10: We Can't Resist It
09: The American Diaspora 10
09: BBC Gets It Wrong On China
09: Negroponte's Mobile Clue
09: Yahoo-Google War Goes Mobile
09: Two Ways To WiFi Coverage
09: Democratic Choice on Software Patents
07: UWB Standard Struggles Hit the FCC
07: Google Desktop Search Goes Gold
07: Who Will Sa-ave Your Soul (for those lies that you told)
07: Google's Biggest Achievement
06: Moore's Law of Market Acceptance
06: ICG Wins Back Its Listing
05: Headlines Lie: No One Is Protected
04: Abuse by the Little Guys
04: Fall of the American Empire
03: Barrett for President
03: Son of DECSS?
03: Taiwanese Design
03: Sony "Walkman"
02: A Waste of RSS
02: IM Wars Continue
02: Haptics Come to Mobiles
02: Alzheimer Result Is Its Cause
02: My Favorite Show Is 25 This Week
01: The Best Copyright Argument
01: Half Of All Texts Are Spam?
01: BellSouth: Clued-in or Clueless?
01: The PHP-Mainframe Revolution

February 2005
28: A Giant Falls
28: The Blog Crucible
28: American Diaspora 9
28: Lakoff, Technology and Marketing
28: Girl Scouts, Kidneys and Slippery Slopes
28: Gates Gets A Clue
28: How Intel Gets Its Groove Back
26: Media Timidity
25: The Podcasting Boom (How to Profit from it)
25: The Climax State
25: Another Always On Resource
25: One Word: Plastics
25: Aloha Means Competition
24: More On Always On (For Real)
24: Academic Freedom
23: Pot Helps Alzheimers Patients
23: Rock or Hard Place?
23: Fibbies Get The Paris Hilton Treatment
23: The Return of Voice
23: American Diaspora 8
23: Sony Drops Clie and Palm
22: The Jones-O'Gara Feud
22: Wideray or the Highway
22: HK Installed Base Very Young
22: The World's Beta Tester
21: Einstein @ Home
21: Always On At Demo@15
21: Law of the Horse
21: Moohr's Law
21: Would Franklin Blog, Would Jefferson Fileshare
21: The Jordan Affair
18: Google's Keyhole
18: The Chinese Century Begins (Really)
17: Draft Gretzky
17: Crazy Frog A Single
17: Don't Do It, Mike!
17: The Value of Reputation
17: Photonic Unity
17: How Cellular Can Blow It
16: Cato The Clueless
16: WiMax is Leapfrog
16: Real Reporters Pack Toothbrushes
16: American Diaspora 7
16: Encryption Must Become Flexible
15: Your Favorite Web Addresses, Hit Hard
15: Time for Jobs to Buy Sony
15: A Strange New Trend
15: Facts Are Stubborn Things
15: If I Were A Rich Man
15: Microsoft in the Pause Before the Plunge
14: Iron Chef Silicon
14: (Trying To Be) Too Big To Fail
14: Gibson World
14: Always On Led By Media?
14: Is Science Politics? Gilder Thinks So
11: Blog Your Way Out Of A Job
11: Philly Fights Back
11: How Miracles Filter Down
11: Mobile Industry's Little Secret
10: The Human Middleware Problem
10: Ch-ch-ch-Changes
10: Pay Attention!
10: A Special Chip-on-the-Shoulder Attitude
10: Did Branding End Fiorina's Reign?
10: Open Source Politics
09: The Service-Centric Platform
09: Moore's Law Wins Again
09: American Diaspora 6
09: Palm Responds
08: Sprint's Clue
08: Pull My Finger (Or Pull My Leg)
08: Google Maps Is Here
08: The PDA Is Dead (Long Live The PDA)
08: More On Cells
07: The WiMax Split
07: The Best Way To Track News (Is Not Here Yet)
07: The Buy-Rent Scam
07: Let's Do Lunch
07: More Moore Tricks
05: MCI Fingered for Spam Flood
04: RSS Dreams
04: Food on Paper
04: The E-Mail Meltdown
03: How To End The Copyright War
03: Dayton's Glue
03: Earthlink In The Sky With Dayton
03: The Legal Threat To Growth
02: Do Not Go Gently
02: HP's Crossbar Latch
02: American Diaspora 5
01: Cheaper WiFi For Britain
01: Don't Believe The IP Scaremongers
01: The Closeted Generation
01: The Key to Growth is Competition
01: MSN Search Just Allright

January 2005
31: More Silly Health Warnings
31: Negroponte's "Cheap PC"
31: Tinfoil Hat Time
29: RFID Insecurity: TI Liable?
28: How The Colorblind Can Hear What They're Missing
28: More on Wolfram Music
28: Script Kiddie Draws 18 Months
28: Nokia's Plans
28: Different Routes To Cellular Growth
28: Lessons From SBC-AT&T
28: VOIP Phones Get More (Choices, Money, Profits)
28: American Diaspora 4
27: The Music of Wolfram Spheres
27: Another Greater Fool Study
27: Why Regulate TV?
27: Oh No, Mr. Bill
27: An Intimate World
26: Earthlink Mobile
26: Better-Mannered Applications
26: Open Source Campaigns
25: Simple Cure For Cellphone Radiation
25: Jeff vs. Merkey
25: The Future of Roaming
25: What A Single Chip Phone Means
25: Bush's Great Favor
24: New Virii
24: Spam Blogging
24: Space Truth Stranger Then Fiction
24: Bush's Robot Army
22: Shoot the Messenger
21: Verizon Blows You Off
21: HearthStone
21: American Diaspora 3
20: Stopping The Evil Twin
20: Pigeons Get Final Lay-Off
20: An Over-rated "Breakthrough"
20: Gates' New Career
19: CitiMortgage Stupidity
19: Intel's New Look
19: Moore's Inverse Law of Labor
19: Don't Dismiss Mobile Health Concerns
18: Can Intel WiMax Win?
18: Siemens Mobile Gone By January 27?
18: Taking Dodgeball Past Monday Morning
18: The Always On Era Is Here
17: Why Would Google Want Dark Fiber?
17: Verizon Halts Internet Service
17: Life And Silicon Married
17: Googling The World
17: What Motorola Is Missing
17: Samsung Ahead of Itself
17: A Rose By Any Other Name
16: Panix Attack
16: Who's A Journalist, and the Tragedy of the Dean Campaign
15: Welcome our new sponsor - Earthlink Wireless
14: Seuss and Brin
14: American Diaspora 2
13: Where To Learn Net Security
13: Fliers Want Phones Off
13: Nonsense On Consultants
13: A Complete Always-On Medical System
13: Tastes Like Chicken
12: Cellular Health Tsunami Preventable
12: STB Rechargeable
12: Why Does This Man Have A Job?
12: Invisible Technology
11: DNS Terrorism
11: The Broadband Answer
11: The Giant Stirs In Digital Music
10: Last Word on the SixApart-LiveJournal Merger
10: New Airport Fad
10: The Phone as Remote
10: The Great Race
10: One Ring of Patents
10: Roll Up Begin Again
07: Bait, Switch, Propagandize
07: Mozilla Security Holes
07: Ads In RSS Feed
07: American Diaspora 1
07: Many Too Many
07: It's Not Cholesterol
06: Kings of Always-On
06: Shugart's Revenge
06: Bundling Up Against Cold Competition
06: Phones Breaking the Mold at CES
06: T-Mobile's Strategy: 802.1X
06: The Old Dough-Re-Me
06: ThinkSecret's Diploma
05: Long Live The Monthly Subscription
05: Six Apart to Buy LiveJournal
05: Crack The Glass Bell
05: Knowing The Next Time
04: Dissing Open Spectrum
04: Is Russell (Beattie) Right?
04: Editing Blogs
04: Finished
04: 3G Successor On The Horizon
04: The Chinese Century: Table of Contents
04: The Chinese Century L: Fiction
03: Back To Balls For Bucky
03: Tillie's Phone
03: Wolfram for Dummies
03: Steve Stroh's New Home
03: T-Mobile Can Make It
03: The Chinese Century XLIX: Fiction
03: Moore's Sin, Moore's Fund
02: The Chinese Century XLVIII: Fiction
01: Programs That DO Something
01: The Chinese Century XLVII: Fiction

December 2004
31: The Chinese Century XLVI: Fiction
31: The Chinese Century XLV: Fiction
30: Letter From Sri Lanka
30: The Chinese Century XLIV: Fiction
30: Ring Rage
29: Last Tech Standing
29: Cabir Leaks Out
29: China Mobile Subscriber Count
28: The Chinese Century XLIII: Fiction
28: Year of Mobile Integration
27: The Real Enemy
27: What Open Source Outlook Could Mean
26: The Chinese Century XLII: Fiction
24: Phony Controversy
24: The Chinese Century XLI
22: Korean Mobile Spam
22: The Chinese Century XL
22: New Galaxies (Not So Far Away)
22: After the Fire (The Fire Still Burns)
22: Crippling WiFi
21: Are Courts Irrelevant To Copyright?
21: Celliquette
21: This Winter's Family Fun Game: Get Steven
21: Another Mobile Phone Health Warning
20: The Chinese Century XXXIX
19: India vs. The Net
19: Good Hacks
19: Will Fastap Replace QWERTY?
17: The Christmas Slows
16: The Chinese Century XXXVIII
16: Leapfrogging
16: UbiComp
16: Bluetooth Car
16: IDC's Mad Mobile Call
16: Bus (Jet) Ride
15: Blogiquette
15: Liberal Lud
15: Cellular Directory Hoax
15: 1 In 4 Worldwide Have Mobiles
15: Zigbee (Finally)
15: Always-On Hobbyist Toolkit
15: Regulation Good
15: The Chinese Century XXXVII: Fiction
14: MPAA Missing The Point
14: The Chinese Century XXXVI: Fiction
14: Microsofting Google
14: How Cities Should Deal With WiFi
13: Too Greedy To Have A Clue
13: The Chinese Century XXXV: Fiction
13: Mobile Is What The Internet Was
13: Nova Spivack's Chain Letter
13: A Gadget Freak Christmas
13: Motorola IBD
12: Big Dangerous Waste
12: Time-Warner Dumb Deal Prize To Sprint
10: The Chinese Century XXXIV: Fiction
10: AOL Surrenders To The Web
10: What Sustains Microsoft's Monopoly
09: Digitally Obese?
09: The Chinese Century XXXIII: Fiction
09:
09: Feature Or Bug?
09: Song for Subham
09: Another Linux Advantage: Localization
09:
08: The Chinese Century XXXII: Fiction
08: Long Arm Of The LAN
08: Have Nets, Have Nots
08: Japan's Suicide Clubs
08: Pass The Bottle
08: Sign Of The Times
07: The Chinese Century XXXI: Fiction
07: Hotspot Hazards
07: ESPN Phone
07: Truth Like Fiction
07: Take My Picture?
07: TotalNews Bahrain
06: The Chinese Century Chapters 1-30 Summary: Fiction
06: The Chinese Century XXX: Fiction
06: Really Always-On
06: Digerati News Blackout
06: The Cure For Software Piracy
06: Experiments in Frugality
06: Microsoft's Chinese Experiment
05:
05: The Chinese Century XXIX: Fiction
03:
03: The Chinese Century XXVIII: Fiction
03: Dumber 'n Dirt
03: Spam Trends (In My Inbox)
02: Bluetooth Security Needed
02: Rational Market Theory Takes Another Beating
02: Blink, Blink
02: ESPN Wireless
02: 3G By 2006
02: The Chinese Century XXVII: Fiction
02: Franchising WiFi
01: The Promise of India and China
01: The Mobile TV Hype Machine
01: Read The Fine Print: Pennsylvania's Shame
01: The Chinese Century XXVI: Fiction
01: Intel Will Come Back
01: All God's Chillun Need Firewalls

November 2004
30: The Chinese Century XXV: Fiction
30: Your Mother Was Right
30: RSS Ads
30: RISK
29: Wolfram For The 21st Century
29: The Mobile Trend For 2005
29: The Chinese Century XXIV: Fiction
29: 2+2=Change
29: Third World Broadband
28: Seinfeld Copyright Blues
27: The Chinese Century XXIII - Fiction
27: The Polar Express in Imax
27: Two Niches: An ECommerce Christmas Story
26: Home LAN Market Retains Potential
25: The Chinese Century XXII - Fiction
25: The Chinese Century XXI - Fiction
24: The Chinese Century XX: Fiction
23: The Chinese Century XIX: Fiction
23: A Parent's Christmas Wish
23: My Fair Network
23: SMS Novels?
23: Pax Software Radius
22: The Chinese Century XVIII: Fiction
22: Sports
22: The Real China
22: Is Tracking Kids Useless?
22: Cellular Infection Route
22: Success In A Failed State
22: The Trouble With Windows Mobile
22: The Chinese Century XVII: Fiction
20: The Chinese Century XVI: Fiction
19: Motorola's Hidden Opportunity
19: The Chinese Century XV: Fiction
19: Red Light, Green Light
19: The Wi-Fi Paradox
18: SBC Yahoo?
18: The Chinese Century XIV: Fiction
18: Get Your Hot New Downgrade
18: Another View On Voice
17: The Chinese Century XIII: Fiction
17: Fat Lady Singing For Opera?
17: RSS Spam
17: Everyone Mesh Together
16: Everyone Into The Press Pool
16: Pyrrhic Victory? Or Final Defeat?
16: The Chinese Century XII: Fiction
16: InvisibleContent
15: The Chinese Century XI: Fiction
15: Dogs Do Not Need Tails
15: Here Come The Koreans
15: How Carriers Plan To Capture Wi-Fi
12: Always-On In Korea
12: The Chinese Century X: Fiction
12: Skype's Game
12: First Trojan For Mobiles Sighted
12: Blogging As Strategy
11: Fiction: The Chinese Century IX
11: The Carriers' Wi-Fi Play
11: The Four Stages Of Portable Design
10: The Chinese Century VIII
10: Adjusting Wi-Fi To Fit
10: Circuits On Your Clothes
10: The New Look For Spring: Bluetooth In Your Ear
09: The Chinese Century VII
09: Meanwhile, Behind the WSJ Firewall...
09: UWB Will Survive
09: The King Of Yes, But
08: The Chinese Century VI
08: The Second Life (of lawyers)
08: Today's Buzzword -- HMI
07: The Chinese Century V
04: A Note On My Book
04: The Chinese Century IV
04: The Future of VoWi-Fi
04: The Chinese Century III
04: A True Phone For The Rest of Us
04: Dissing Wi-Max
03: The Chinese Century II
03: Palm Abandoning Palm?
03: Why The U.S. Is A Third World Mobile Country
03: Nokia PDA
03: Qualcomm's Big Bet
03: The Chinese Century
02: What Are You Doing Here?
01: Top Down vs. Bottom Up Technology
01: One More Political Rant
01: The Camera Comes Standard
01: New Horizons in Camera Telephony
01: Hooray for Hollywood
01: O.J.-ization

October 2004
29: Science Friday
28: Spamming of the President
28: Oh, FUD -- Vote Penguin
28: Beavis and Butthead
28: Overestimating Zigbee
28: The Unlikely Voter
27: MMS Interoperability
27: A Super-Dense Holographic Display
27: The Key To Linux' Future
26: Gone Native
26: Stewart's Clue
26: Trump City
26: Linus Calls Hurd "Dead"
26: Linux 2.6 Kernel Flaw
26: Nokia Preminet-ion
26: Intel-Clearwire
25: Tipping Point
25: SBC "Embrace and Extend" Plan For Wi-Fi
25: All Over But The Shoutin'
25: Wi-Fi Alliance vs. Broadcom
25: Linux Malware
25: Moore's Third Law
25: Google vs. Yahoo
22: Always-On In Your Car
22: M-Parking and Beyond
22: Jeff Hawkins, Futurist
22: Original Sin
21: Welcome Our New Advertiser
21: TV-B-Gone: Big Trouble Coming
21: Megapixel Wars
21: Barrett's Valedictory
21: Laptops for Christmas
21: Open Source Intelligence
20: Robbie. Come Here. I Want You
20: Why Unite Mobile Networks?
20: One Phone To Call Them All
20: The Bells' Wireless Strategy
20: Copyright Enforcement Vulnerable
19: See It With A Mogul You Love
19: The Mobile Mainstream
19: 3-D Printing, Casting From CAD Files
19: Always-On In My Shorts
19: Germany's Internet Tax
18: Linking Cellular, Wi-Fi Bad For Business
18: We Be Jammin'
18: More To Moore Than Mere Speed
18: Moore's Dish
17: Non-Political Political Entry
15: The -Opoly In FCC Powerline Decision
15: Click Fraud
15: Wi-Fi At A Crossroads
15: What Drives Innovation
15: A Huge Opportunity
14: Google Desktop: First Review
14: News You Can Use
14: The Cellphone Radiation Scare Is Back
14: Beattie's Clue
14: Wanderport: Instant Backhaul
14: Political Ceviche
13: The Return of Spamford
13: Blogging On Demand
13: Voice Over Wi-Fi
13: Paypal: Banking Is Hard Work
12: Fiber Batteries
12: 802.11n Is Here
12: Where Is My Price War?
12: Conductive Plastic
12: Hedy's Back And Flarion's Got Her
11: Moore's Law In Action
11: Yon Happens
11: Lead, Follow, Or Get Out Of The Way
11: If Your Date Sports One, Run
11: Meet The New Boss: Same As The Old Boss
08: The New Home Of Dana's Greatest Hits
08: This Is The Very Model Of A Modern Major Medium
08: AdSense For Mobiles
08: Conspiracy Theorist
08: Combo Chips
08: GOOGL For Mobiles
07: Creative Class Going Into Exile?
07: CheneySoft?
07: Cellular Affinity Marketing
06: Megatrends on Steroids
06: The Good News About America
06: One More Music Stunt
06: More Stupid Cell Tricks
06: Mobile RSS
06: Always-On Inside
05: Does Your Mobile Need A Compass?
05: Podcasting: One Small Step Toward Unity
05: The Trouble With Megapixels
05: A Solution To The Cameraphone Quandary
05: Mobile Brands On Their Own
05: I Want To Be A REAL Computer
04: The Bush Band Drummer
04: X-Prize Captured
04: Clusty the Clown?
04: The Real Trouble With Patent Law
04: Rushing To The Rail
01: You Wish To Go To The Festival?
01: Blotting the Landscape

September 2004
30: Can't They Just Be Phones?
30: SEO As Standard Equipment
30: Is Desktop Linux A Fraud?
30: Microsoft and Mobiles
30: Mobile Phone Virii
29: One Down
29: Intel's Wi-MAX Plans
29: RSS-Happy
29: Point Of Sale Unplugged
29: Don't Believe Any Survey
29: The Age Of Private Spaceflight Begins
29: Permanent Nuclear Storage?
28: IBM: Big Risks Live
28: Ogo No Go
28: The New Yahoo
28: The Sell-Blog
27: More On News Spamdexing
27: Blogging As Media
27: Third Party Bill-to-Mobile
27: Ireland's Second Cyber-War
27: The Winner: SpaceShipOne
25: Let 'em Eat Lawyers
24: Googlebombing the News
23: Long Island's Enron
23: DVDs are Floppies
23: Fighting Comment Spam
22: A True Blog Hero
22: Batteries? We Don't Need No Steenkin' Batteries
22: Saving MMS
22: The (Real) Web on Phones
22: Fry Job
20: SIPShare Shows Why Peer-to-Peer Can't Be Stopped
20: An Antenna For Light
20: Why Micropayments May Never Work
20: Sky Captain: Head vs. Heart
18: The Great Shout-Out
17: The Issue Is Not The Frame
17: Tiny Bubble
16: RSS: The New Pointcast
16: Internet Explorer Is Dead
15: Speech Recognition On A Chip
15: Yahoo Finds Its Musicmatch
15: What's a Blog? Still A Stupid Question
14: Durn Blamed Consarnit Microsoft!
14: Gee, I Love Microsoft!
14: Betcha Jobs Wishes He Preferred The Stones
14: One Linux To Rule Them All
13: IBM's Great Donation
13: Why The Wi-Fi Market Is Stalled
13: Mobile Game Remains Afoot
13: Spoiler Alert
10: Ringtones With Attitude
10: Jane's Addiction To CueCat
10: Nokia-berry
10: A Narrower Intel Vision
09: Still Looking For Change
09: In Defense Of Flip-Flops
08: Who's Howard Dean?
08: Another Go At Micropayments
08: Blackberry Goes International
08: An Obvious Deal
08: SPF Already Broken
07: Buy Intel
07: Breakthrough! (Let's Scare People)
07: Tech Doesn't Run On Polls (Yet)
07: A 1.5 Gbyte Hard Drive...In A Phone?
06: The Return Of Nuclear Energy
06: My Mother The Car
06: Apache to Microsoft: Drop Dead
06: One Year Property
04: The Power In Cellular Data
04: Why Plastic Magnets Matter
03: Caller ID Is Broken
03: Hard-Hitting Political Commentary
02: The Slow Pace Of Change
02: Citywide Wi-Fi: A Cynical View
02: Must Be A Rice Owl
02: Whither Bluetooth?
01: Shaping Better Corporate WiFi
01: Ha-Ha!
01: Age Of Near Field
01: Role Reversal

August 2004
31: Birth Of The Sell Phone
31: Rebirth Of The Engineering Workstation
31: Meanwhile, In A Lab Not Far Away...
31: Moore's Law Marches On
30: The Headset-Handset Divorce
30: Bill Gates' Nightmare
30: Open Listings
30: No Surprise With Shorthorn
28: The Present Danger
27: Transparency Makes Blogs Believable
26: Mia Hamm
26: A Better Definition of Better
26: Why Silicon Carbide Matters
26: Of Mighty Mouse And Men
26: Health Care Technology Standards Needed Stat
25: Shorter Agre
25: Zander's Biggest Coup Yet
25: VOIP Hardware Go-Ahead
25: World Law Of Minimal Freedom
25: New Confirmation: We Spam Like Mad
24: Another Defeat For Microsoft
24: Got AT&T Wireless? Not For Long
24: Bad Reporting Raises Blood Pressure
23: PrePaid Government
23: Control In The Center
23: Extorting The Marketplace
23: Robot Pokemon
21: Two Kerrys
20: Hold The Celebration
20: The SBC Tax Hike
20: The ClickZ Model
19: What Hath Google Wrought?
19: A Political Struggle
18: Spam's Dirtiest Secret
18: The Power of Windows
18: Dana's Law of Creativity Software
18: Sue A Spoofer
17: Denny Strigl's Vault
17: More Thoughts On The Blogging Business
16: PR Blogging
16: Coming Attractions: Philippine Cell Tax Battle
16: Cingular-led Directory Goes Ahead
16: Phones As Fashion
16: Plenty of Good Names Still Available
15: Qwest and Winthrop: Casualties Of Moore's Law
13: 540 Megabit Wi-Fi Standard Proposed
13: New Support for Spam Kingpin Theory
13: Cringely's Masterpiece
13: Heroes Of Capitalism
13: Basic (Executive) Instinct
13: The Latest Playboy Interview
13: Hang 'im High?
12: Virus Was Actually DRM
12: Going Knoware Fast
12: Molding The Network
12: Hotspots Want To Be Free (With A Sticky Bun)
12: Digital Phone Tap Rules
11: The Second Tech Crash?
11: Medicine's Luddite Lobby
10: Getting Into The Trade
10: Gross Injustice
09: The Cellular Interface
09: Happy Days?
09: Well, No Actually
09: Tyranny of the Mouse
07: I, Robot (I, Subversive)
06: Danger Review
06: Disney's PC
06: Meanwhile, in Saskatchewan
06: Google Gets Scammy
05: The Internet Is Inherently Insecure
05: Secrets of Blog Success
04: Encryption Wars, Back Again
04: Alvarion Dominating 802.11
04: Agile Radio Steps Into Silicon
04: The Real Problem With Cellular
04: When Will IBM Get Its Props?
03: Population Bomb Defused?
03: Spectrum: The New Frontier
03: Chip Morphing
03: The Real Problem With Microsoft
03: The Blogging Of The President 2004
02: Elmer FUD
02: John Perry Barlow's Cunning Plan
02: Blogging In Perspective
02: The Unpatriotic Entrepreneur
02: On Wisconsin...How They Do It
01: The Last Phone Company Asset, Under Threat
01: The Chip Danger In Cell Phones

July 2004
31: Blogstreet, And An InstaFall
30: The Nanotech Debate Begins
30: Apple vs. Real
30: The Real RFID Debate
30: Why Blogging Is Vital
30: In The Year 2025
29: All (Media) Creatures Great And Small
29: Motorola's Ginger Rogers Strategy
29: Third World Cellular
29: Space Race II Final - U.S. vs. Canada
28: With A Whimper
28: Within Five Years...
28: Big Media vs. The Blogosphere
28: 2004: The Year Of The PhotoBlog
27: The new iPaqs
27: Always-On Test Beds
27: Bloggers Flunk Convention Test
27: The New (Improved) Technorati
26: INDUCE Job Exports
26: Verizon's BREW Spoiling
26: Danger: Yet Another Proprietary Interface
25: Riding With Lance I - Introduction
25: Riding With Lance II - Texas
25: Riding With Lance III - Le Tour
25: Riding With Lance IV - The Olympics
25: Riding With Lance V - Comeback
25: Riding With Lance VI - Sestriere and Beyond
23: Overturn Betamax?
23: "Gaming" AdSense
23: Levine Is Going Down
22: By Jove, I think He's Got It
22: Another Crime Story
22: Katharine Juarez, Transvestite
22: Washington Post: You Can't Handle The Truth
21: Oram's Razor
21: 39:41.47
21: Great White Broadband Bird
21: Redmond Idea Factory Gives The Money Back
20: Just One Item On My Favorite Sporting Event
20: The Bush-Gore Precedent
20: Horse Out, But We Got The Barn Door Closed
20: Rule, Brittania
19: Search Engine Ad Supply And Demand
19: My Verizon Wireless Crusade
19: Michael Powell's Final Grade
19: The Package
19: In The Time of Pamphleteers
16: Hawking's Interface
16: Trying To Save IM
16: Hawking Smashes More Barriers
15: More Trouble With Updates
15: Fighting The Registration Police
15: Splitting Open Source
14: Don't Worry About Intel
14: IP Or Circuit Voice?
14: Sitefinder: Don't Do THAT Again
13: Your Move, Yahoo
13: Banks Take Over Processing
13: Mid-Life Crisis
12: A Gates In Full
12: Let's Give 'Em Something To Talk About
12: Digital Monopoly Creation Act (DMCA)
12: The Big Change In Blogging
12: Regulating VOIP IS Regulating The Internet
12: Con Game
09: Git Thar Fust With The Least
09: Exley's Ad Play
09: Let My Video Go
09: Lies, Durned Lies, Statistics
09: My Mom's Clue
09: Assuming The Worst
09: UK Going Left On Broadband
08: Linksys' Quick-n-Dirty
08: Ogre
07: Blacklists
07: Rookies
07: The Councilman Decision
06: Drop Explorer?
06: Verizon Wireless Remains Clueless
06: Tim O'Reilly's Clue
05: Microsoft, Rock, Hard Place
05: You Stand Where You Sit
05: How Far Will BBC.Co.UK Retreat?
05: Finally, Patents Challenged

June 2004
26: Cruising
26: The Latest Cellphone Craze - Lieing
26: Recession, Depression
25: Photoshop Fun
25: State Of Play In E-Mail Marketing
25: More On Wi-LAN Patent
25: A CD For Lawyers
25: Science As Freak Show
25: AOL Buys Advertising.Com
24: High Noon
24: Toshiba Pushes Smaller Fuel Cell
24: More Stupid Patent Tricks
24: Dog Days
23: But It's Still A Shock
23: Brad Hutchings On Phish-Fighting
23: 802.11s
23: Vonage A "Fad"
23: Semi-Serious On Spam, Phishing
23: Houston 1984
22: The Zigbee Dance
22: Agony Of Victory
22: Man Of Steele
22: Space's Summer Of Fun Gains Intrigue
21: GodSpeed Mike Melvill
21: Always-On Saving Energy
21: Always-On Divorced From The Grid
21: Corrupting Religion
20: Luddite Laws
20: First, Thanks
19: The Otellini Era Begins
19: Godspeed, Who Exactly?
18: A Home For Sci-Fi
18: Nokia Funds Open Source Cell Browser
18: Wild, Wild Life
18: Hate vs. Censorship
17: Language As Technology
17: Another Linux Distro
17: If You Like Moore's Lore
17: Lincoln Didn't Free The Slaves
17: No One Knows Anything
16: The Road To XHTML MP
16: Insteon
16: Winer's World Collapses
16: More Great Inventions Of Our Time
16: Speaking of Media...
16: The Media Myth
15: The AOL Price
15: The Key To XHTML MP
15: XHTML HP
15: Put It In A Box
15: More Stupid Patent Tricks
15: Online Banking Threatened
15: Cellular Mainstream Move Accelerates
14: Porn And Search
14: Secret Of E-Mail Marketing Revealed
14: Fallows Gets It Wrong
14: Man Outruns Horse
12: Why Are Programmers So Down?
09: This Isn't My Beat
09: No Surprise
09: That's Another Fine Mess
09: Technology vs. Politics
09: TiVO's Choice
09: Google U-Turn?
09: No United Front On Spam
09: Still Just The Semifinals
09: At The Risk Of Repetition
08: Taking WiMax To The Max
08: Squeezebox
07: The Item Below Describes A Scam
07: Information Wanted
07: Perens' Call To Arms
07: War For The Screen
07: They'll Print Anything
04: Microsoft Gets Partisan (In Brazil)
04: Night Of The Living PC Dead
04: The Third Civil War?
04: War Is All Hell
04: Every Site Ought To Be A Blog
03: Best Of Both Worlds
03: Fun-nee
03: Another Ad For Better Identity
03: More On Barrett's Challenge
03: Space Summer of Fun
02: Spammer In A Can
02: Another False Dawn For Networked Homes
02: Satellite Data Dead Again
01: The Root Of All Evil
01: Sun's New Spin
01: Barrett's Next Challenge
01: The PDA Is Dead
01: Bad Blogging Economics
01: Good News Time
01: Beamjacks Won't Have Unions
01: Smoking Gun For Environmentalism
01: Political Principles for Technology

May 2004
28: More Movies for Grown-ups
28: Howard Lovy Explains It All
28: What Turned Me On To Intel
28: Sensors: Detroit's Big Chance
28: Zigbee in Seattle: Ember Takes Over
27: Celebrate A Republican
27: The Myth of Once And For All
26: More Proof CAN-SPAM Can't
26: More On Cellular Entering Computing Mainstream
26: Stupid Times Headline Trick
25: New Horizon in Printer Competition
25: Microsoft's Identity Challenge
25: Regular E-Mail Service Down
24: Rehabilitation
24: Microsoft's Biggest Mistake
24: Saint Fred
21: SBC Will Win This Strike
20: Sonia Gandhi
20: Do The Right Thing
20: Gigabyte, Schmigabyte
20: Symantec Buys Brightmail
20: The Right Route Toward Better Identity
20: Fighting for Redefinition
19: The Predators Fall
19: No Money Here
19: XPrize Race Going To Wire
19: Dracula Inc.
18: Sprint's Clue: Wholesale It
18: Don't Beg. Build.
18: Mailbombings
17: The Moore's Last Sigh
17: A History Lesson For India
17: Stunt Doubles
17: Propagandization
14: Celebrating Vonnegut
13: Boucher's Uphill Climb
13: New Lessons From India
12: A Boom Being Missed
12: Was Microsoft Ever In This Game?
12: Meanwhile, Across The Pond...
12: Why The U.S. Still Rocks (In Software)
12: Canter's Unexpected Support
11: The Internet Of Things
11: Overturning Betamax
11: The Last Straw
11: Policy Change
10: Computerization Pushing Capitalism Leftward?
10: What Killed The PDA?
10: Journalism vs. Propaganda
10: Fire Ev Williams
10: The Binary Web
10: SCO Story Approaches Climax
09: Intel's New Strategy
07: Idiots
07: Read Juan Cole Today
06: Gas Plasma Antenna (Scam?)
06: Where's Zigbee Now?
06: Philips' Zigbee Zag
05: Microsoft's Spam Legalization Plan
05: A Black Box Solution
05: Where Does Zigbee Go Now?
05: Zigbee Ties To Patent Wars
05: Zigbee!
04: Pushing Law On Business
04: What Does Warren Buffett Say Now?
04: The Wages Of An Anti-Science Policy
04: The Old Wildcatter
04: New American Parlor Game
03: 2Wire To Pump Up The Volume
03: Reacting To Scandal The Right Way
03: Speaking Of Cows
03: Can Gateway Survive?

April 2004
30: Sinclair (and the forbidden word)
30: Steve Stroh On The Price Of Windows
30: Broadband Goes To Washington
30: New Howie
29: Google Outdoes Microsoft
29: The Old Switcheroo
26: Spinning Spintronics
26: WebMD
26: What, Not How
26: The Trouble With Fame
25: Is Iraq The Net's Fault?
25: What Hath Peace Wrought?
23: Great Man Theory
22: Malware Wars
22: The Next Economic Implosion
22: Motorola's European Vacation
21: The Next Enron?
21: Telephony As An Enterprise Space
21: Beyond Dean
21: Is The Internet Vulnerable?
21: Lessons From Spiegel's Fall
19: Ninjas, Vigilantes, Or...
19: Jeff Vick Teaches A Lesson
19: Broadband Is The New Dial-Up
19: How Science Got Estrogen Wrong
18: The 90s Rule At Broadcom
18: Wal-Mart Is A Choice
17: The Search Wars
17: The Paper CD
17: Software Peace At Last?
16: Why Gateways Matter
16: What's A Gateway?
14: Who Owns The Wires?
14: Why The DSL Price Hikes?
14: Not Bad With One Arm Tied Behind The Back
14: Sears: The Magazine Hospice
13: Buzzword of The Year
13: The Trouble With Intel
13: Where Do Gateways Come From?
13: Cops Close In On Computer Associates
13: Criminal Automation
13: Their Truce, Your Trouble
13: Great Moments In Marketing
11: Is Linux A Danger To National Security?
11: What's Going On?
08: Chapter Two: Home Gateways
08: Real Courage
08: An Indian Advantage
07: Feudalism
07: New Test For Einstein, New Proof For Darwin
07: Next Turn In Notebooks
06: The Housing Bubble of 2004
06: Trust The Phone Company!
06: Trust The Phone Company?
06: Whose Job The American Economy?
06: Fat Doctor
05: Killing The Blogosphere
05: The Microsoft Way
05: The Real Split
03: Thanks, Doc
02: Sun Set
02: Blogs Moving On Up
02: Let Moore Have The Digital Divide
02: The Lesson Of The Blog Below
02: Guest Blog: The Tao of Long-Term Care
01: More Stupid Patent Tricks
01: After This Message, Another Notch
01: Race To The Bottom Of The Pocket
01: What's Urdu for "Great Googly Moogly?"
01: All-In Solutions Dangerous

March 2004
30: The Age of Nixon
30: A Fatter Kernel
29: Version 1.0
29: Changes At Google
29: Late Isn't Never
28: Justice On The Web
28: Cutting Off Your Nose To Spite Your Face
27: True Cost of America's Isolation
27: Still Better At It Than Some
25: I Won't Back Down
24: Triple-Teaming Microsoft
24: Talk To Me
23: More On Why Can-Spam Can't
23: The Fifth Stage of Dean
23: The Real Issue In Telco Dominance
23: Michael Powell Learns A Lesson
23: Hints Of Always-On At Wherify
22: Real Impact of Can-Spam
22: Cellular Revolution
20: Intel: We're An American Brand
19: The Collapse of Anarchism
19: Open Tools Work Both Ways
19: Another Argment for Mailwasher
19: A Huge Web Opportunity
18: The Iraq War
18: The Only Answer To Everything
18: The End of Web Real Estate
18: Dean's Law Hits Broadband
18: The Age Of 802.16 Dawns
17: Who To Listen To
17: Spam That Is Not Spam
16: A Big Win For NC State
16: Two Ways To Always-On
15: Pop-Up Blocker Blocking
15: What Adults Know
15: Above The Web, Below The Web
15: Employers On Strike
14: Fall Of The Blogroll
13: Test With Evidence, And Test The Evidence
13: Following The Chinese Way
13: Triumph Of The Paranoid
13: Dean Withdrawal
10: Rich Clients
10: Which Way To The Stars?
09: Narantsetseg Baljin
09: First Up: Netopia
09: The Cell Phone Model
09: End The Linux FUD
08: A Real American Hero
08: Credibility Laundering
08: The Second Coming Of The Portal Boom?
08: Eolas Patent Tossed
08: BellSouth Chooses The USA
06: Lessig the Grey: Jefferson the White
06: Outsourcing: A Cautionary Tale
06: Thus Do The Mighty Fall
06: Hippocrates? Hypocrisy!
05: Canal Builders
05: Nothing Up My Sleeve, Presto!
04: Turnng Point In Copyright Wars?
04: Bugger The Dollar
04: Dodgeball
04: The Mouse Revolt
03: Ford's Law
03: Sloan's Law
02: The Bill Gates School of Nursing
02: Glad Someone Agrees
01: Print On Demand Hits Bookstores
01: CP/M Days

February 2004
29: Brain Drain
27: Careful With That Headline
27: D-I-V-O-R-C-E
26: Burning Down The House
26: Still Time To Get Nothing
26: The Music Must Change
26: Speaking Of Health Care
26: Don't Turn Off RFID
25: Mir II
25: Speaking of Armageddon
25: Carrying Bells' Water
24: Great Googly-Moogly
24: Crimestoppers in London
24: The Grey Album
24: Bush Looks Good From Bangalore
23: Microsoft vs. CE
23: The Dangers Of Politics In Science
23: I'm Not Crazy
23: Year of Furl?
23: Echo Chamber
22: Breakdown of the Social Contract
22: More On Security
20: More (or Moore) on The Tipping Point
20: Wi-Fi Killed The TV Star
20: Helping The Invisible Hand
20: Google Does Wi-Fi
19: Will Iran Be Free (And How)?
19: From McGruff The Tech Crime Dog
19: A Kernel Vs. An OS
19: Yahoo vs. Google (and Microsoft Still To Come)
19: Who Follows Barrett?
19: Security and Source
18: End of Deans
18: Another 1929?
18: The AOL Deal Of Our Time?
18: Has Intel Goofed?
18: Making Martyrs
18: Mesh Steps In The Right Direction
17: The New Moore's Lore
17: Paul Allen's Mini-Notebook
17: A Tipping Point
16: Chips Must Multitask
16: Palm Fights To Stay Relevant
16: Science Is All Around Us
13: Short Stories
13: Greenspan, Get Lost
12: The False Dilemma of Open Source
12: The Truth Behind Moore's Law
12: Bye, Jerry. We'll Miss You
11: The Danger of Analogy
11: Comcast's Mouse Trap
11: A Policy Dinner
11: Prove It
11: PC vs. CE, or Sony Sono Buoni
11: Author Credit
11: What The Falling Dollar Means
11: Michael Powell's Credibility Gap
06: Wash Your Mail
06: Spam Kicks It Up a Notch
06: Wash Your Mail


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