Blog about the future of the Internet

I have decided I have several things related to Wikileaks, the future of the Internet and other related things that I want to write about. However, that content seems like it will be a bit far from what I usually write about in this blog (however seldom that actually is). So I’ve decided to create a new, parallel blog for these postings. I will not make any notice of new blog posts on that blog here and the posts to that blog will not be syndicated through the ThoughtWorks blog syndication. If you are interested in what I have to say on these issues, the new blog is can be found here. That’s all.

4 Comments, Comment or Ping

  1. Mats Henricson

    I’ve done the same. I have a blog about these things separate from my Crisp blogs:

    I will for sure follow your writings!


    December 15th, 2010

  2. In the same length of mixing tech and politics: You do not happen to have an opinion (that you can publicly share) on the way the Java/JVM is going wrt the recent Oracle options, plus ASF out of the JCF and related stuff?

    Is the JVM still a place to be in terms of politics? I mean, it seems that Oracle is going the way of closing everything. Or is this a too pessimistic interpretation? This worried me a lot.

    December 15th, 2010

  3. Tiago:

    I haven’t written about it yet, but I definitely have opinions. To a large degree I agree with Stephen Colebourne about these things – go and read his blogs on the subject.

    December 15th, 2010

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