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Click here to register. CFP fall meeting. November 15/16, 2012 @MIT's Media Lab (read more). Members' Area. Search. The PI Blogs. Charlie Fine. October 1, 2012. skip to content. "Defining the roadmap for communications and its impact on adjacent industries.". When it comes to content, freedom’s just another word for nothing left to lose

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    telcommunicator.blogspot.com Communications Breakdown: Verizon Wireless' limited open access

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    hnorth.wordpress.com IPTV via the Edge or the Network? « Iain's Chips & Tech

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    drewclark.com DrewClark.com — The Politics of Telecom, Media and Technology

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    i-policy.org Measuring Broadband’s Economic Impact by William - Information Policy

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    telecomitalia.com Future Centre: a world of synergies and partnerships | Telecom Italia

    A quick look at the Future Centre’s cooperation with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) A quick look at the Future Centre’s cooperation with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Read article

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    kenarcher.typepad.com Machines For Living: Telco 2.0 and the Redesign of Everything

    The resulting Broadband Incentive Problem, as explained by the MIT Communications Futures Program (which included participants from Comcast, BT, DT and FT) is the following: "The broadband value chain is headed for a train wreck....Today's prevailing business models give wired and wireless broadb... Read article

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    stata.com St: RE: Problems with nnmatch

    John.moran@nwahs.sa.gov.au -----Original Message----- From: Carlos Osorio [ mailto:cosoriou@MIT.EDU ] Sent: Wednesday, 27 July 2005 4:19 AM To: statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu Subject: st: Problems with nnmatch Hi all, I'm using the nnmatch to analyze average treatment effects, but have not been a... Read article

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    cl.cam.ac.uk Computer Laboratory - Communications Innovation Institute

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    fastforwardblog.com The FASTForward Blog » Applying End-to-End Design Principles in Social Networks: Enterprise 2.0 Blog: News, Coverage, and Commentary

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    convergenceconversation.com Prospects for FTTH in Britain: considered slow - Convergence Conversation

    BT has been politicking with the government for years about the fibre question, and we’ll come to that later. But first, let’s put on record that Virgin didn’t come to the BSG. With their own infrastructure, and no annoying open access requirements, plus a permit from OFCOM to call their co-axial... Read article

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    maximizingprogress.org Maximizing Progress: MIT Project Mercury --> Center for Future Banking

    Well, Project Mercury inspired my co-founding and running the Digital Anthropology class in 2003 which incubated the MIT Innovation Club which organized a dozen tech testbeds at MIT -- including ones with Nokia, HP, and RIM. The Project Mercury and Digital Anthropology initiatives also inspired a... Read article

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    hyperorg.com Joho the Blog » We and information

    On a level I agree, the context is,technically, well reproduced, that’s where we go back into dialogues mode we have been there already, what we risk, in my modest point of view is to retrieve bad habits from the times the we at the very beginning was the norm we risk to lose what linear communic... Read article

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    newamerica.net What’s “Open” Got to Do with It? | New America Blogs

    Open standards mean that different people/companies/devices could, if they wanted to, find common ground. Here, excerpted from a piece David Reed wrote for The MIT Communications Futures Program Principal Investigator Blog is a nice description of how the internet -- which is an open standard -- ... Read article

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