This page indexes my thoughts and comments on a variety of things. I'll probably turn some of these notes into papers, etc.
Enforcing the CDA Improperly May Pervert Internet Architecture. A note I wrote in March 1996 about the impact of the CDA on end-to-end design in the Internet. This was the first time I linked end-to-end with policy.
Response to Bill Gurley note on Valuation of Internet companies. He misses the presence of option value.
The End of End-to-End? A note on why that shouldn't happen.
Why the Long Wait? Fast Company covers my main point about latency and "forward overprovisioning".
Fallacy of Intellectual Property and Engineering Quality - (sent to Farber's IP list) a response to the argument that IPR is necessary to incent quality in engineering.
Letter to Intel on speeding broadband deployment via user-financing - sent to Julie Coopernoll of Intel and Farber - reprinted by Farber on IPR list.