After emerging from 9 consecutive hours worth of meetings today, my brain is shrieking in pain, but I couldn't possibly go home without at least dropping a note about the latest Net Neutrality News.

It appears as though there is yet more scandal around this heated topic. Apparently this time in the form of lies printed by newspapers that inproperly portray the facts, in an attempt to cast a negative light on the Neutrality movement. I suppose I shouldn't be shocked by this, as printed publications (at least ones without large web presences) are merely one of the many that stand to benefit if the Internet becomes a pay to play arena, but even if I'm not shocked, I'm definitely disgusted

I truly wish it were possible to get an unbiased statement of facts printed, and called news, rather than the opinion filled, slanted, mindless drivel that tends to clutter the pages of such rags today. Don't get me wrong, there are definitely some great reporters and writers out there. And they should be highly praised. It's just unfortunate that there are so very many bad ones to sift through to find the gems.

Ah well, I'll say it one more time. Help protect Net Neutrality, you'll be glad you did.

#CWout