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App-Rising.com covers the development and adoption of broadband applications, the deployment of and need for broadband networks, and the demands placed on policy to adapt to the revolutionary opportunities made possible by the Internet.

App-Rising.com is written by Geoff Daily, a DC-based technology journalist, broadband activist, marketing consultant, and Internet entrepreneur.

App-Rising.com is supported in part by AT&T;, however all views and opinions expressed herein are solely my own.

Entries from App-Rising tagged with 'internet2'

February 29, 2008 2:10 PM

Kids Teach Global Classmates

I came across a tremendously uplifting article by way of my friends over at the Blandin on Broadband blog about the use of broadband in education. This article details the recent happenings of the fifth annual Megaconference Jr., an event...

January 30, 2008 8:35 AM

Reviewing "Beyond YouTube: Video Applications That Make Broadband Work"

Yesterday App-Rising.com co-hosted its first event in DC, joining together with fellow co-host EDUCAUSE and conference organizer the Congressional Internet Caucus Advisory Committee to put on a preconference seminar called "The Future of Broadband: Moving from Why to How." I'll...

January 25, 2008 6:05 AM

My Introduction to Internet2: Talk About Big Broadband!

On Wednesday I had the tremendous opportunity to sit down with Gary Bachula of Internet2 to engage for the first time with someone from that organization. In all candor, going into that meeting I only had vague impressions of what...

January 24, 2008 9:18 AM

Mark Your Calendars! On Jan 29th, App-Rising.com Co-Hosts DC Panel on Video Applications

That's right: App-Rising.com will be co-hosting it's first event next week in DC, joining forces with the Congressional Internet Caucus Advisory Committee and EDUCAUSE to put on a preconference activity to the State of the Net conference entitled "The Future...

October 11, 2007 8:07 AM

Research Gets A Heavy Dose of Bandwidth

A couple of big announcements last week from the world of Internet-enabled research. On Monday, Google and IBM teamed up to announce the launch of a program that will open up high powered computing clusters to universities. These computing clusters...

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