Andrew Odlyzko on Internet Economics, Internet Evolution, and Misleading Networking Myths

The estimable Andrew Odlyzko of the University of Minnesota gave a typically fascinating and contrarian talk on Internet economics and the telecommunications outlook at the San Diego Supercomputer Center earlier this week. The video is available here, and it’s well worth watching (even if it starts with a typically silly academic definitional pissing contest).

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