Dr. Theodore Bolema spoke at the Wichita Pachyderm Club on the topics of net neutrality and regulation of the internet.
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In this episode of WichitaLiberty.TV: Dave Cunningham of Flint Hills Group joins Bob Weeks and Karl Peterjohn to discuss online threats and how to remain safe.
Troubleshoot why you aren't getting email from Voice for Liberty or other senders.
The debate continues over whether "net neutrality" is the equivalent of old-school utility regulation of telecommunication firms.
A former Wichita mayor wonders what happened to Wichita’s water supply. Then, meet Gidget, a Kansas blogger I think you will enjoy. Finally, how can you use your smartphone to help candidates and causes?
In this episode of WichitaLiberty.TV: A few tips on using your computer and the internet. Then, how to be informed. Finally, a look at a recent episode of economic development in Wichita, and what we can we learn from that.
As someone who uses and relies on many Google products, I'm concerned.
As the expert agency, the FCC is right to ask for some flexibility with the wireless spectrum auction design process. Congress, however, should reserve its right to protect our wireless future by preventing FCC overreach and ensure that all companies can participate in the auction process. It's only the fair choice to make.
Today: Kansas computer security; KPERS; Kansas Treasurer makes grand circuit; Huelskamp considered objecting; Obama's regulation; The failure of American schools; Markets: exploitation or empowerment?
Today: Free markets, Raj Goyle, Sam Brownback, Mike Pompeo, Kansas fourth district, Music, Free trade, Wichita Eagle opinion watch, Facebook, Computing, and Politics.
Recently Sedgwick County implemented a new system for making its commission agendas and accompanying background material available online.
If online political activity has any value, Kansas Republicans aren't providing much. Many Kansas Republican websites and online outreach efforts are stale and lagging behind in providing timely and quality information.
"Net neutrality" sounds like a noble concept, doesn't it? It's another example of one political position co-opting language in a way that mislabels the underlying agenda.
I hate to see activists struggle with technology. Whether it's creating and managing a blog, using Facebook or Twitter, or just using computers and the Internet effectively, I'd like to help.
Capitalism, CFL bulbs, green indoctrination, bailout constitutionality, Facebook, Twitter.
Randy Roebuck, in a presentation at the Wichita city council workshop, promoted the idea of a "digital oasis" in Wichita. It would be a place where people can go to get free help with technologies such as cell phones and computers
The Pew Internet & American Life Project has redesigned their website. This organization has been a valuable source of information about the Internet and how…