The livable web manifesto.

The Web has outgrown the ability of most people to use it effectively. Trying to find useful information via Google requires search savvy that most people don’t have.

Even if you know what you’re looking for, there are problems with spam, advertising, and context (for example, “haiku” gives you results pertaining to poetry, operating system programming, error messages, the encryption system used on DVDs, and knitting).… Read the rest

The livable web manifesto.

Ultra Wideband Will Cut the Cable Clutter

LAS VEGAS–New wireless networking technologies are poised to cut the cable clutter on your desktop–starting with USB cables.

At CES 2007, vendors including Tzero, Alareon, Staccato, and even DaimlerChrysler are demonstrating wireless networking technologies based on ultrawideband (UWB). And in the coming year, many manufacturers will be shipping Wireless USB products based on UWB technologies.… Read the rest

Ultra Wideband Will Cut the Cable Clutter

Fiber in the Home: Tenvera Shows Residential Fiber-Optic Solution

LAS VEGAS–If you’re lucky, a local Internet service provider may have started offering a residential fiber-optic service in the past year (such as Verizon’s FiOS service). And fiber to the home is certain to grow. With the increasing popularity of bandwidth-intensive applications such as streaming video, voice over IP, and IP-based television, consumers will be clamoring for the enormous data capacity fiber can provide.… Read the rest

Fiber in the Home: Tenvera Shows Residential Fiber-Optic Solution