I can't imagine listening to this guy describe his daughter's ballet recital or his brother's appendectomy.
Taking the easy way out today by letting Senator Al Franken of Minnesota have the podium.
But first, gus weighs in.
"Calling this new proposal "net neutrality" is like called Plessy v. Ferguson "civil rights" - Yes, it was about equal civil rights but was saying "no" to having them."
It shouldn't come as a surprise to anyone familiar with this space, but Congresspeoples are making serious jack from the cable/broadband industry.
It feels especially good to have a belly laugh on a Monday morning.
The entire arena of telecomms, escalating lobbying, Congress on the take, legal monopolies, exorbitant cable fees, content throttling and so on fascinates me, and not in a good way. I imagine most of you are either bored by the notion or could not care less.
The FCC is in the process of drafting new rules regarding the "free and open internet" that we all want. Well, all of us except for the Internet Service Providers (ISP) who are looking to build upon their empires.