Dec2017

Another Side of the Net Neutrality Debate

My friend and colleague Tom Howarth published an article titled Net Neutrality Threatened as FCC Plans Internet Fast Lanes. In his post, Tom did a very good job articulating the pro–net neutrality arguments. I thought this would be a good opportunity to present the other side of the net neutrality argument, but in the midst of my research I found that my positions and views on this matter are moving in a different direction.

Sep2017

Facebook Changes Its Licensing on Several Products

Facebook is changing its open source licensing for some of its products. The products React, Jest, Flow and Immutable are changing from the Facebook-created BSD+Patent license to the MIT license in the beginning of October. There has been a lot …
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Aug2017

Round One in Social Media and First Amendment Rights

I recently wrote an article about a potential class action court case being brought against the President of the United States by the Knight Foundation. In the article, I posited that public servants who use their private social media accounts …
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Feb2017

Will Virtual Reality Have a Place in IT?

Will Virtual Reality have a place in IT? While Virtual Reality (VR) is still in its infancy it might be currently most associated with the computer gaming industry. However, there is a big interest from companies outside the computer gaming industry. As a matter of fact, Mark Zuckerberg over at Facebook has had quite an interest in virtual reality to expand the Facebook platform and there are some predictions that 2017 may be the year that Facebook VR finally emerges.