By David Malcolm For the last few weeks, internet users across the globe have rallied in a massive push against the vote to change net neutrality, but alas, it was not enough. In a narrow vote, the Federal Communications Commission voted in favor of changing the way ‘net neutrality’ was governed,
By Lynda Lamp Governmental fiscal responsibility seems to be an unknown trait for Tom Price and his “rigorous” travel schedule and private charters. Politico reports: Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price has taken at least 24 flights on private charter planes at taxpayers’ expense since early May, according to people
By David Paitsel Last week, we all had a good laugh at Ted Cruz’ expense. He, or someone who manages his Twitter account, “liked” a link to a pornographic video. They quickly removed the like, but not before quick-minded Twitter users took screenshots and spread them all over the internet
By Andrew Witzel It was announced today that a new trans-Atlantic sub sea cable is complete. The cable backed by Microsoft, Facebook and Telefonica is capable of handling 160 terabits per second (Tbps). To put that into lamans terms, you can stream 71 million HD videos at the same time.
By Tiffany Rodgers Someone needs to sit lil’ Donnie down and explain the internet. He needs to know that the internet is forever. If you post something that you decide shouldn’t be posted, well, it is too late. He needs to be cautious of what he posts. Obviously he didn't know.
By Darrell Roberts President Trump has sent lots of tweets. The best tweets. Nobody tweets better than he does. On occasion, Donald Trump has offered sage advice or astute observations that he himself does not seem to follow. *IF* the President had long term self-awareness, he might reasonably regret more