"the document that will be the reference point for this energy education revolution (hey, sometimes revolutions start out in very boring ways). While a dozen-page document might sound like something you could punch out in a couple of weeks, the idea is to draw feedback from across the various interested groups and create something that can be used as a single reference point. The project, led by Matthew Inman, an Albert Einstein Distinguished Educator Fellow with the DOE (who is the embodiment of your favorite high school teacher), will use a wiki to draw feedback from interested parties over the next few months, and will hopefully deliver the first version of the document by the summer, 2011"
""One of his first jobs [at the DoD] was studying command and control of nuclear weapons—in fact he drafted the operational plan for nuclear war in 1961," Bloomsbury Publisher and Editorial Director Peter Ginna told The Observer in an email. "As he said to me on the phone, when he saw Dr. Strangelove with a colleague, they agreed 'It's a documentary.'"
"While it was wink-wink cute when Spanky, Alfalfa and Buckwheat huffed and puffed about keeping out Darla–which they never ever could–back in the last century, it’s not quite as adorkable when it comes to the boards of all the major Web 2.0 hotshots these days.
That would be Twitter, Facebook, Zynga, Groupon and Foursquare, none of which have any women as directors.
As in zero."
Excellent overview by Alex Howard of O'Reilly Media about the pros, cons, and lack of transparency with the FCC's newly adopted Open Internet order.