A few interesting articles that I read this week.
Belkin Routers Everywhere Choke on the Cloud, Refuse to Work
Found this out at Comptel: Most Consumers Have No Idea What a Gigabit Is.
Google: Paying for TV Content Google Fiber's Biggest Obstacle. He said this during an interview at Comptel. Ignore the comments because most of those knuckleheads don't know what they are talking about.
Fun Fact: Milo Medin, Google Fiber chief, founded @Home and M2Z Networks.
Peter Thiel "sees as a lack of innovation in the technology business." Me, too, really. "Thiel said he is skeptical of sectors that are identified with buzzwords. He said he looks for companies that are “one of a kind” and hard to identify. For example, Airbnb, in which he is an investor, “doesn’t fit the narrative,” he said."