OpenNIC Project: DNS Neutrality!

Lately, the subject of internet censorship has been on my mind a lot, and that shouldn’t be surprising, given this whole net neutrality debate. So, I was intrigued when a friend introduced me to OpenNIC, which aims to be an alternative, decentralized DNS root. OpenNIC is a user-owned and controlled top-level network information center (NIC). […]

Dear FCC – I Care About Net Neutrality

It occurred to me that as a writer, particularly one who talks about controversial subjects, that “net neutrality” should matter to me. And it should matter to you too. Without it, ISPs (the big guys like Comcast, AT&T, and Time Warner Cable) would have full ability to create so-called “Internet fast lanes” that give preference […]