Emerging Broadband-Related Issues
The Internet’s first gatekeepers are getting older, and the Web is leaving them behind
GoDaddy, the world's biggest provider of domain names (like washingtonpost.com) and a major cheerleader of risqué TV ads, saw its stock price climb 30 percent on April 1, to about $26 a share, during its first day of public trading.
Newspaper future is one (or $1) vexing question
This week came word that Cablevision had offered one dollar -- yep, just one -- to buy the Daily News. We also learned that The New York Times, known for many things but hardly its brevity, is going to be producing one-sentence stories, "specially crafted for small screens," for Apple Watch users.
Sens Booker and McCaskill urge a more tech-savvy Senate
Sens Cory Booker (D-NJ) and Claire McCaskill (D-MO) sent a letter to the Senate Rules Committee, pressing to make it easier to approve new vendors, adopt cloud-based technology and publish legislative information in simple, universal formatting, among other things.