By Martin Bosworth Over the weekend there was an interesting flap in literary circles–the Science Fiction Writers of America (SFWA) went insane with copyright infringement notices against Scribd.com, an online document-hosting service, […]
Municipal Wi-Fi isn’t dead, and neither is the Internet
By Martin Bosworth One of the big technology news items this week was a cascading series of failures on the front of municipal wireless networks, from Earthlink’s financial troubles causing it to […]
Thimerosal question back in the news: will special hearing move us closer to understanding causes of autism?
It looks like the Thimerosal debate is about to bubble back up, thanks to a US Court of Federal Claims hearing that’s getting under way in DC. Autism now occurs in more […]