Monthly Archives: October 2020

Down with Dicktators and their Managers

Because…. they are obsolete, react too slow and inflexible to unexpected turbulences – (on top of their hierachies), can not handle ever increasing- complexities. Old democracy institutions-unconnected and competing (may not be too powerful) are not effecive anymore to solve … Continue reading

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Optic Fiber disrupted Copper Cables

More than (40) forty years ago Charles Kao invented in the UK optic fiber cables for the transmission of light pulses, see: https://theconnectivist.wordpress.com/2018/09/25/charles-kao-inventor-of-fibre-optics-passed-away-may-he-rip/ Since 1962 Optic Fiber aka “Glass” disrupted the communication industry from the ‘backbones’ of th big operators … Continue reading

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Alarming > Permanent Kidney Failure from Covid-19

Here is a very alarming paper about kidney failures from Covid infections. This is not yet well known by the public and the politicians. PS. The best attack strategy against Covid outbursts I have seen are in Taiwan, New Zealand … Continue reading

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US House: Big Tech Must be Broken Up

‘Big Tech Must Be Broken Up’: House Report on Silicon Valley Monopolies Bolsters Call for Far-Reaching Antitrust Measures Re-Blogged from: Common Dreams News See link: https://www.commondreams.org/news/2020/10/07/big-tech-must-be-broken-house-report-silicon-valley-monopolies-bolsters-call-far Jaap van Till, TheConnectivist Re-Blog===((several sub pages with comments not include, see link for … Continue reading

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Silicon Valley has Failed to Democratize AI

Below is a RE-Blog of an article by Michael Spencer in The Artificial Intelligence Report. In Europe we feel a lot of antipathy towards certain monopoly-like behaviour of the big American originated internet services. They dominate too much, do not … Continue reading

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The Internet is for the Empowerment of Users

Below is a re-blog of an excellent article by Vesna Monojlvic of RIPE in Amsterdam. She gave me permission to do that re-blog. https://labs.ripe.net/Members/becha/the-internet-is-for-empowerment-of-end-users Her point is that the recent Policy Statement of the Internet Architecture Board (IAB) of ISOC.org … Continue reading

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