Articles By Scott Bradner

Not a Mac vs. PC rant

Not a Mac vs. PC rant

It's been more than a year and a half since Microsoft introduced Vista to the general public. It's also long...

October 5th, 2008 Scott Bradner
Get real about fantasy football and productivity

Get real about fantasy football and productivity

Blazing headlines warning that American business will lose a billion or more dollars because of the college basketball playoffs have...

September 23rd, 2008 Scott Bradner
A poster child for privacy invasion

A poster child for privacy invasion

This cannot be a comfortable time for the venture capitalists who invested in NebuAd, an advertising service that tracks users'...

August 18th, 2008 Scott Bradner
In search of broadband’s ‘third wire’

In search of broadband’s ‘third wire’

Some of you may have noticed that I write a lot about network neutrality. I wish it wasn't an important...

May 5th, 2008 Scott Bradner
Privacy can’t mean anonymity anymore

Privacy can’t mean anonymity anymore

As is too often the case, the story’s headline was quite misleading. Reading the AP headline “Intel Official: Expect Less...

November 18th, 2007 Scott Bradner
Think about the Net’s future, not its present

Think about the Net’s future, not its present

Earlier this year, amidst much pomp and circumstance, Harvard University installed Drew Gilpin Faust as the 28th president in its...

November 4th, 2007 Scott Bradner
Japan ahead of US on high-speed Internet access front

Japan ahead of US on high-speed Internet access front

The Washington Post last month ran an article on "Japan's Warp-Speed Ride to Internet Future," in which it paints an...

September 4th, 2007 Scott Bradner
Some sobering reading for the news business

Some sobering reading for the news business

The business of news was generally predictable and could generate large fortunes for centuries after the printing press was perfected....

August 27th, 2007 Scott Bradner
FCC decision ignores the lesson of Wi-Fi’s history

FCC decision ignores the lesson of Wi-Fi’s history

As just about everybody predicted, the U.S. Federal Communications Commission recently decided that only giant telephone companies are smart enough...

August 15th, 2007 Scott Bradner
Recrafting Internet a dicey proposition

Recrafting Internet a dicey proposition

Much has been written of late in the press about “clean slate” approaches to rebuilding the Internet.The Associated Press recently...

May 24th, 2007 Scott Bradner