DTNS 2143 – AT&T Slow Cooks Neutrality

Logo by Mustafa Anabtawi thepolarcat.comTom chats with Jon Brodkin from Ars Technica. They’ll talk a little about CES and a lot about whether AT&T’s new ‘subsidized data’ plans break net neutrality.


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Big thanks to Dan Lueders for the music and Martin Bell for the opening theme!

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Show Notes

4 Responses to “DTNS 2143 – AT&T Slow Cooks Neutrality”

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  2. Bloodguard

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  3. Dave C.

    Great show so far! Good job on snagging excellent guests (Tim Stevens on your very first show -OMG!, followed by Darren and Len Peralta, Lamarr Wilson, and todays guest Jon Brodkin ). Don’t worry, you will make this a great show. Just take your time and find a formula that works for you and everything will fall in place. Any chance that you can get Molly Wood as a co-host and create a Buzz Out Loud 2.0? At any rate, keep up the good work.