Cable is Dead. Period. And FIOs and Satellite TV Had Better Watch It, Too.

An oldie but a goody,… I was recently asked to give advice regarding a municipal wireless system during which I spoke at length on how the traditional ISP’s / Cable / FIO’s people are going to face some serious changes in the way they do business – and with that, entities such as municipal wireless networks or other forms of cooperatives may find themselves more and more in the drivers seat when it comes to negotiating service terms.


Happy Yom Kippur!

As sit before my computer, creating a post while watching that rare – and somewhat bizarre film, “The Saragossa Manuscript” (Polish, 1965). From the IMBD website:

In the Napoleonic wars, an officer finds an old book that relates his grandfather’s story, Alfons van Worden, captain in the Walloon guard. A man of honor and courage, he seeks the shortest route through the Sierra Morena. At an inn, the Venta Quemada, he sups with two Islamic princesses. They call him their cousin and seduce him; he wakes beside corpses under a gallows. He meets a hermit priest and a goatherd; each tells his story; he wakes again by the gallows. He’s rescued from the Inquisition, meets a cabalist and hears more stories within stories, usually of love. He returns to Venta Quemada, the women await with astonishing news.

So I’m watching a weird and obscure film. So what?…

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