- Time Warner and Roku are playing nice. http://t.co/zonHs7oJ ->
- Netflix says DSL sucks. http://t.co/qfQOAdxc ->
- Verizon: copper breakage means fiber replacement. http://t.co/dgta5nzP ->
- VoIP is great, but telcos want to use it to enhance their monopoly position. http://t.co/a2vVQJrh ->
- Comcast and CenturyLink among the worst companies for customer satisfaction. http://t.co/8rlSaND9 ->
- As awesome as VoIP is, there's something to be said for simple analog systems. http://t.co/Ii2qBuV6 ->
- Vint Cerf on deregulating monopolists: "I'm not allowed to use foul language, right?" http://t.co/pbbtOdUx ->
- Aereo wants to come to Salt Lake City (among others). http://t.co/BaqVvVrj ->
- Eagle Mountain ISP says FCC requirements required them to do contracts or hefty install fees. http://t.co/exTmsFcg ->
- Dish and Sprint get into a bidding war for the K-Mart of ISPs. http://t.co/BMdXL0OI ->
- DDoS as a legal form of protest? There's a petition for that. http://t.co/Ru6MflY3 ->
- Don't get too comfortable with MPEG-4. http://t.co/62jEHHoR ->
- We dropped Netflix a long time ago because of constant buffering issues. http://t.co/5ltohQqN ->
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