Jon Stewart on Net Neutrality

Senator John McCain and his ‘wizard’ wife Cindy

John McCain against net neutrality? Surprise, surprise. This Fortune archived article entitled, “How I Work” from March of 2006 will give you an interesting overview of how clueless Senator McCain really is…thank God he’s married to a wizard:

I read my e-mails, but I don’t write any. I’m a Neanderthal, I don’t even type. I do have rudimentary capabilities to call up some websites, like the New York Times online, that sort of stuff. No laptop. No PalmPilot. I prefer my schedule on notecards, which I keep in my jacket pocket. But my wife has enormous capability. Whenever I want something I ask her to do it. She’s just a wizard. She even does my boarding passes, people can do that now. When we go to the movies, she gets the tickets ahead of time. It’s incredible.

Detailed explanations of net neutrality don’t work but humor sure does. Behold Jon Stewart on net neutrality and his references to Senator McCain:

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  1. Stephen Downes on October 28, 2009 at 4:16 pm

    Behold Jon Steward on net neutrality and his references to Senator McCain: a big black Hulu error box.

    Honestly, I don’t know why bloggers continue to embed Hulu videos. Nobody outside the U.S. can see them. So stop doing it!



  2. Steve Borsch on November 2, 2009 at 8:14 am

    Stephen — Actually, I was a “Hulu embedding virgin” and didn’t consider OUS users. Of course, the clip wasn’t available elsewhere.

    I’d be frustrated too since I’m quite agitated at the BBC and their in-country practices (especially since my 15 year old son and I love the IT Crowd).

    Point taken.



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