Wednesday, April 19, 2006

Sette Bello scribe gets real (paying) gig

I made my debut this week as a columnist and regular contributor for The Times...No, Yanks, not the NY Times. The Times of London. My first column is here, positing the question: can the power of sharing cripple extortionate hotel pricing for Wi-fi access? Martin Varsavsky, the genius behind FON, believes so. My second piece is a brief on the gullability of the average Brit -- they're only slightly ahead of the rest of us.

It's a real honor to write for The Times, one of the oldest newspapers on the planet, founded in 1785 -- or 220 years before "Il Sette Bello". If my blogging slacks off a bit on Sette Bello, just look for me here and here.

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