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The institutional horror stories continue, the old Internet Protocol Version
4 (IPv4) address space is nearly gone, and if we do not transition to IPv6
with its nearly unlimited address space the Internet will grind to a halt.
A recent survey in Europe by the European Commission concludes that even in
technology-progressive European countries "few companies are prepared for the
switch from the current naming protocol, IPv4, to the new regime (protocol),
IPv6." ARIN (the US-based Internet Registry) agrees, reminding us that "with
less than 15% of IPv4 address space remaining, ARIN ... (more)
How attractive is San Diego as a place to start a company compared with the
Silicon Valley? Santa Barbara? Los Angeles?
On Thursday evening the “Sweat Equity” series of seminars sponsored by
San Diego’s Software Industry Council (SDSIC) brought together a
distinguished panel with a venture capitalist and successful entrepreneurs
answering questions, drilling into their experiences, as well as exploring
perceptions they’ve developed over several years doing business in San
Diego. More than 50 interested attendees with the hope and aspiration of
either starting their own company, ... (more)
Having gone through a couple of decades worth of technology conferences, a
familiar cycle occurs. For the first couple years, technology-related
conferences are attended by engineers and operations people. Only after the
technology has passed a couple of feasibility gates and begun to hit the
business cycle do sales and marketing people take over. Cloud is now
officially past the engineering phase, well into the sales phase – and the
business community is scrambling to understand the implications of a
At the Cloud Computing Conference and Expo in Santa Clara, ... (more)
What? Leveling the intellectual playing field with Stanford? The home of
elite, wealthy and over-privileged?
While eLearning is nothing new to the Internet generation, traditionally
eLearning content was dull, "uninspirational," and in many cases an
ineffective alternative to residence or classroom learning. Commercialized or
neutralized to make lessons suitable for the masses, or in a worst case part
of an uninspired project by religious or international organizations with
motives more focused internally than for the benefit of their own
organization – rather than the ultimate ... (more)