Tom Wheeler Resigns From the FCC—So Long, Net Neutrality | WIRED

Tom Wheeler Resigns From the FCC—So Long, Net Neutrality by Klint Finley(WIRED)
The man who saved net neutrality is stepping aside.

The man who saved net neutrality is stepping aside.

Federal Communication Commission chairman Tom Wheeler will resign on January 20, the agency announced today. Wheeler’s decision to step down means Donald Trump will have two FCC seats to fill, one Republican and one Democratic. His resignation will also give Republicans a 2-to-1 majority on the commission even before those seats are filled after the departure of fellow Democratic commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel at the end of the year. Continue reading “Tom Wheeler Resigns From the FCC—So Long, Net Neutrality | WIRED”

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Bob Frankston on Communications

On a recent episode of Leo Laporte and Tom Merrit’s show Triangulation, they interviewed Bob Frankston of VisiCalc fame. They gave a great discussion of the current state of broadband in the U.S. and how it might be much better.  They get just a bit technical in places, but it’s a fantastic and very accessible discussion of the topic of communications that every American should be aware of.