Several readers noted that the posting of my recent Osgoode Hall talk was in a limiting format. The organizers have now posted an embedded, flash version that should be more readily accessible.
Archive for March, 2008
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has issued a preliminary decision that rejects all 44 claims Blackboard Inc. made regarding the controversial patent it was granted for an online-learning system. The case could have major ramifications for the ongoing lawsuit between Blackboard and Canadian-based Desire2Learn.
Bell was in the spotlight throughout the weekend, with much online discussion about the comments made by a Bell spokesperson, a leaked Bell document indicating that the company is moving toward bit caps with unlimited additional costs, and postings on the impact of Bell's throttling.
Alec Saunders has a great post on the harm caused by Canada's uncompetitive mobile data rates.