A couple of weeks ago, an old friend from Airespace contacted me out of the blue. He proposed something quite interesting. He asked if I would participate in an experiment on his podcast. The experiment was to see if two … Continue reading →
Informed Technology provides expert witness consulting services. Informed Technology provides services in the areas of IEEE 802.11 (Wi-Fi) technology, products, and patents, as well as standardization processes, participation, and “reasonable and nondiscriminatory (RAND)” policies and procedures.
Along the way, I have been an inventor on some patents. Most of these deal with Wi-Fi and large wireless systems.
I am getting very tired of the self-righteous twits in this world for whom everything is always someone else’s fault. These twits are never responsible for anything that happens in their lives. It seems we have at least a generation … Continue reading →
I received several comments on my previous blog, saying that I entirely misconstrued Barack Obama’s statement about who built what. I disagree. Mr. Obama’s statement is, at best, built on faulty logic and, almost certainly, designed to mislead.