My calendar this week is much less cluttered than it was a week ago, between SXSW’s cancellation clearing out Friday and (also coronavirus-related) postponement of the DC Blockchain Summit freeing up Wednesday and Thursday.
3/2/2020: Your internet provider knows where you’ve been. How to keep your browsing more private, USA Today
I tackled a fairly esoteric topic–encrypted domain name service–in this column. I don’t know how many people read it to the end, but at least my tweet about the piece seems to have done well
3/3/2020: Why ‘rural broadband’ may no longer be an oxymoron, Fast Company
I wrote up a new study from the Pew Charitable Trusts that offers reasons for hope about expanding rural broadband, plus useful lessons learned from states that have managed to make progress on that front.
3/3/2020: This Morning with Gordon Deal March 03, 2020, This Morning with Gordon Deal
This business radio show had me on talk about the Firefox browsing-privacy news in my column. My bit starts at the 12:45 mark.
3/4/2020: Four companies that reinvented themselves the right way… and won, Signal 360
A friend edits a newsletter Procter & Gamble publishes and asked if I could write about a few examples of companies turning themselves around. That’s not a genre of story I usually do, so I thought it would be fun to write. The results: this look at how Lego, T-Mobile, Yelp and Best Buy managed to dig themselves out of various holes.
3/8/2020: From Bookings to Bandwidth, How to Supercharge Your Business Travel, Frequent Traveler University
I did this talk with travel blogger Tess Zhao twice: a more beginner-oriented version in the morning for attendees of the Travel & Adventure Show at the Washington Convention Center, and then an expert-mode version in the afternoon for FTU DC ticket holders.
3/8/2020: Closing panel, Frequent Traveler University
This gathering for miles-and-points travel enthusiasts wrapped up with almost all of the FTU DC speakers fielding questions from the audience about various flight and lodging hacks and tips.
Updated 3/9/2020 to add a link the Signal 360 post I didn’t find when I did my usual Google News search for pages featuring my name over the last week.
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