Monthly Archives: March 2011

You don’t need Assange to tell you this

Julian Assange, on the India cables and the reactions to them: “First, they refused to comment at all, then to suggest the materials are not verified and no other government accepted it. Absolutely false… “This is actually the behaviour of … Continue reading

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Yet again: good policy, poor execution

“No time frame is available with TRAI regarding allocation of number resources by DoT,” TRAI said. via TRAI puts off rules for telemarketing indefinitely.

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“We believe that the walled-garden strategies are fundamentally flawed.”

Encouraging, coming from Airtel: We believe that the walled-garden strategies are fundamentally flawed. The best way is to create gateways, and to ensure that we can leave our customers at the gateways in the most effective manner. We are an … Continue reading

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‘What I Read’ on The Atlantic Wire

Excellent series on what (print?) media personalities read. Here’s Michael Lewis, David Brooks, Frank Rich, Felix Salmon and Jeffrey Goldberg, among others. Oh, and Eric Schmidt. Also: ‘How I Work’ from 2006 on CNN Money, and the far more geeky … Continue reading

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