Tag Archives: mobile

Could Moore’s Law help bring back online privacy and kill the Cloud?

For a long time, everyone have “known” communications on the Internet were being watched by agencies, authorities and generally people we may not want to see them; and that’s in addition to all the data the advertising machinery gets of … Continue reading

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The dirty mobile telecommuters

Telecommuting can be great. It can also be loaded with many lies, one of which I’m going to partially debunk here: environmental benefits. Here’s typical imagery of a telecommuter, the kind that can be found from a plethora of presentations … Continue reading

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Why I think the Internet will survive even in the medium term

As the predictable series of crisis starts to bite (climate change, peak energy, deforestation, soil degradation & water scarcity to start with), what will be the first large element of the modern society to buckle? One of the most visionary … Continue reading

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Backwater Australia – or maybe not?

There is a general consensus or at least an attitude in Europe that Australia is quite a bit behind in most, particularly technological, things. However, there was also a general consensus in Europe that it was leading the mobile devices … Continue reading

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