The Cutting Edge

6 Feb 2005

While going through my BlogLines feeds this morning, I came across this article on SlashDot. It caught my eye because it's about the BroadBand Phone, which was developed and initially rolled out at AT&T; Labs, Cambridge, during my time there. My time there before my PhD, four years ago. Honestly, if I didn't have RSS keeping me up to date with the latest news, I don't know what I'd do.

(Check out the BroadBand Phone out, though - it's a cool project, and it's good to know it's continued in some form despite the closure of the lab.)

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