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Comcast – Time Warner Cable Merger Is Bad News For Consumers

Marguerite Reardon of C-Net wrote an opinion piece suggesting the Comcast-TWC merger would be a good thing. http://news.cnet.com/8301-1023_3-57620361-93/why-a-comcast-merger-could-be-good-for-twc-customers/ I wrote the following response:   Maggie Reardon has obviously sold her soul to Comcast.   Her opinion piece is an embarrassment. It looks … Continue reading

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Click! Network Responds

And yet another open letter to Click! Network management: One of your people called me a few days ago to talk about DOCSIS 3.0 I’m sorry, I don’t recall his name. He was under the strong impression Comcast just rolled … Continue reading

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Is Click! Network Trying To Commit Suicide? Looks That way…

Comcast started offering DOCSIS 3.0 connections here in the Seattle-Tacoma area over a year ago. Where is DOCSIS 3.0 for Click customers? An open letter to Click! Network Management Sirs: Comcast started offering DOCSIS 3.0 connections here in the Seattle-Tacoma … Continue reading

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Metered Bandwidth Will Kill Movie Downloads and Stifle Other New Technology

I was looking at file sizes of Blu-Ray movies today. The average size of 320 current titles was 27 GB – for just the movie alone. You add in all the extras and what not that usually come with a … Continue reading

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