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May 23, 2014 at 6:03 AM

Net neutrality: A market-driven idea to give discounts to users

Columnist Brier Dudley wrote that continuing with Internet neutrality is like taking general traffic lanes away for buses, making traffic worse for everyone ["Net neutrality more myth than reality?" Business/Technology, May 19]. In the Internet world, his analogy goes, the traffic comes chiefly from the demand for high-quality video delivered over the Internet. This…

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Comments | More in Internet | Topics: Brier Dudley, FCC, Internet

April 25, 2014 at 12:12 PM

Code.org: Why isn’t Seattle Schools partnering?

When I read columnist Brier Dudley’s story, “Code.org going to school in a big way” [Business/Technology, April 23], I was excited to see the nonprofit Code.org push through its computer-science program to 30 school districts and an estimated 2 million K-12 students in this country. I’m a big believer that learning the language of…

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Comments | More in Education | Topics: Brier Dudley, Code.org, Denise Gaffney Neu

March 4, 2014 at 7:03 AM

Ridesharing: Alternatives to taxis pushing the envelope

Uberx, Lyft, and Sidecar are certainly not using Seattle as a “chance to test their new technologies” [”City oversight won’t kill ride-service innovators,” Business / Technology, March 3]. They are already doing business in dozens of cities in the U.S. and around the world. Brier Dudley portrays the lobbying by rideshare companies as a…

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Comments | More in Rideshare | Topics: Brier Dudley, David Chapin, Lyft