Category Archives: Traffic In Bondage

Oil Isn’t The Only Thing In Egypt’s Pipeline

Not to be overlooked,

As we’ve noted before, the majority of Internet connectivity between Europe and Asia actually passes through Egypt. The Gulf states, in particular, depend critically on the Egyptian fiberoptic corridor for their connectivity to world markets. Commodity traders are already nervous about the potential impacts on oil prices of any closure of the Suez Canal, but the potential risks to global Internet connectivity through Egypt are equally significant, and far less widely understood.

Are the folks at Davos thinking about this? They should be.

This is the same post everyone went to when they wanted the rub on Egypt shutting down the intertube. Obviously there is more there than meets the eye.

Facebook Executives Practice What They Preach

Facebook executives have announce a new “Jenny Cam” policy for the board of directors. All members of the board, and corporate administration will be installing webcams in their houses, including bedrooms, to back up their no privacy is good privacy views.

Corporate users are encouraged to do the same, especially media outlets, since always “on” is always on.

Walk A Mile In In Their Shoes

Welcome to AIDS Walk Houston 2010! Some problems don’t go away, and HIV/AIDS is one of those topics that we need to remind everyone of every five years or so.

Tell them Lanny and friends sent ya.

While I’m at my do-gooder best,

Stop The Silence NAA Breast Cancer Walk April 10, 2010 9:00 AM

I’m not asking too much, I mean it’s only 1 walk a month.