Howard Greenstein interviewed David Isenberg at the Personal Democracy Forum 2009. He's famous for telling the Bell companies what they didn't want to hear — that a "Stupid Network” would eventually replace their smart, centralized one as the main place people communicate. David is never shy with his discussions on policy, and runs the Freedom To Connect conference each year for future thinkers and policy makers.
In this interview, David talks about his take on Change Networks, and notes how, without the stupid network of packets, we'd be missing all sorts of innovation.
At Supernova 2009, December 1-3, in San Francisco, CA, we're talking about 'Change' in the Network Age. The past year demonstrated both the promise and the peril of our densely connected world. Now, fresh strategies are needed for the new economic and social reality. Join business, technology and government leaders as we examine how networks have become the major instruments of change in this complex world. Register now for a $200 discount off the normal conference price, using priority code "cid09"! (Learn More)
|Cybersquatting||Policy & Regulation|
|DNS Security||Registry Services|
|IP Addressing||White Space|
Minds + Machines