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I write a lot of about the battle among large technology corporations in this space and the importance of competitive checks and balances. Yet Comcast seems to be growing into a super power with control over the very pipes that provide many of us with internet access, but without any real competition and often with government support. Most places in this country get internet access through one or at most two providers. That kind of concentration of power is increasingly a threat to the very foundation of business and society, as so many of us use the internet on one …

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I'm in hog heaven right now. I've got nothing to do today but munch on [URL=http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2369/2156053173_976de8781a.jpg?v=0]linzer tarts[/URL] and watch the first day of 2008 Olympic games live from Bejing, China. And if the mood strikes me (as it obviously has), maybe even do a bit of blogging. Unlike with previous Olympics, during which I was limited only to broadcast television coverage, this time I have 24/7 access to all events live, as they happen. And it's not because I've broken down and started paying for cable or satellite TV, but because of the technology in use at [URL=http://www.nbcolympics.com/]NBColympics.com[/URL]. Never mind …

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The End.