PF Hyper Blog

Blog URL: http://www.pfhyper.com/blog

A tech blog that touches politics and education. I use a Mac so you will hear about that & I live in Minneapolis, Minnesota USA so you will hear about our upcoming municipal Wi-Fi mesh network. I think open source is the best way so that may come up t

Located: Minneapolis, Minnesota
Tags: broadband, Wi-Fi, technology, politics, community, internet, Apple

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FRESH events on Apr 19, 2010Birchwood Cafe is a sponsor of the FRESH film and Tracy Singleton (Birchwood owner) will be moderating the post panel discussions on Wed & Thursday.FRESH returns to Minneapolis just in time for EARTH DAY!  FRESH is celebrating their theatrical r...



bad news / good news when court says FCC can't require net neutrality on Apr 6, 2010Court Says F.C.C. Cannot Require ‘Net Neutrality’By EDWARD WYATTPublished: April 6, 2010WASHINGTON — A federal appeals court on Tuesday dealt a sharp blow to the efforts of the Federal Communications Commission to set the rules of t...



Is Yelp filtering reviews for a fee? on Apr 6, 2010 in yelp, social webYelp's Legal Troubles Mount A San Francisco furniture store this week added its name (and court papers) to the list of small businesses accusing Yelp of extortion. By Courtney Rubin |  Mar 18, 2010 Story at inc.com...



"Borrowing" content from Seward Profile on Apr 2, 2010I've contacted the Pioneer Press via email about republishing the Birchwood story from the Seward Profile (see last post). I sent the email to Kathie Jenkins and Life editor Heidi Raschke. In the email, I pointed out the Creative Commons license I p...



Pioneer Press writer Kathie Jenkins forgets to link to Seward Profile on Apr 2, 2010 in journalismKathie Jenkins at Pioneer Press read the Seward Profile story on the Birchwood Cafe expansion and then wrote about it in her Restaurant News column ("A Tree Grows in Seward"). She sourced a "neighborhood blog" and didn't provide a link. Profile is o...



Success: Seward Profile is sourced! on Apr 2, 2010 in journalismFollowing up on the last two posts, the Profile blog is sourced at Kathie Jenkins' Pioneer Press Restaurant column. Well, sort of. Seems somone forgot the opening "<" of the <a> element resulting in a missing link but a visible URL. I did...