Archive for December, 2012

Even the FCC is fighting Big Bell Dogma

Tuesday, December 11th, 2012

Big Bell Dogma is the entrenched mindset that seeks to solidify the status quo and inhibit the mobility revolution in order to protect legacy positions of power.

FCC chairman Julius Genachowski has written a letter to the FAA asking that outdated rules limiting the use of mobile devices in flight be lifted.

The chairman’s letter provided an admirable defense of the mobility revolution:

This review comes at a time of tremendous innovation, as mobile devices are increasingly interwoven in our daily lives.

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They empower people to stay informed and connected with friends and family, and they enable both large and small businesses to be more productive and efficient, helping drive economic growth and boost U.S. competitiveness.

Vive la revolution!

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Monday, December 10th, 2012

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Last week, I realized I didn’t need to carry a wallet anymore. My smartphone had replaced almost everything in it. So, it’s gone. Add that to the pile

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What’s next?