Saturday, December 30, 2006

net neutrality

take a moment and take a look at what people can do- then sign the petition!!!

free press


Peacechick Mary said...

done. Thanks.

shawn (aka blogstud) said...

Done, my dear B.

Sorry again I have not been around. It has just been crazy. Thanks again so much for sharing your blog with me. You found mine and I quickly got hooked on yours.

Even when I am busy and not around, I hope you still know that I always got your back, girlfriend!

hee hee.

spadoman said...

OK, a done deal. I have many issues to tell Congressman Obey about when the 101st session starts in January. This is one of them.

It means though, that we say it's OK for AT&T to merge with Bell South, a company from which it was divested from years ago, and allow them to become filthy rich. And if we don't, they'll lobby to make the internet and its transmissions only available to those that will pay large exhorbitant fees. Is that right?

If we lose internet rights. I'm starting a revolution. Who's in?

QUASAR9 said...

Hi Betmo, best wishes for the final moments of this year, and much merriment, great joy and great cheer to see in the incoming Year

Ingrid said...

Hey you! Have been busy and not visited you too much lately, but will make amends to that once my mom goes back home to Holland. I wanted to drop by to wish you a happy new year and all the best.
I have enjoyed getting to know you and I was going to add you to that list I was making but with a family and kids out of school, I have not always had time to myself to just sit and write, phoo,
take care Betmo, have a good time tomorrow,hugs

The Future Was Yesterday said...

Buried in the fine print, and completely disregarded by the MSN, was the fact AT&T agreed to net neutrality for 2 years.

But we did it once, we can do it again!!

Professor Zero said...

I don't have tv but I saw some in the airport. There are actual ads against net neutrality, going on about how it hurts consumers. Dangerous.