Today is my seventh day on Google’s Project Fi, with a Nexus 5X. Here is what I have learned so far.
I don’t know how well it works (yet) but I just used the National Yellow Pages Consumer Choice & Opt-Out Site to decline all five of the big books that have been delivered to our doorstep annually. Several years ago, we cut the cord and terminated our AT&T home phone service, switching to a VOIP […]
I am on the road this week, working in Syracuse, NY. I recently replaced my desktop computer with a laptop to facilitate this sort of trip. My phone system is VOIP (voice over internet protocol) based so, in theory, it should have been easy to take it with me. This ended up being significantly more […]
Slashdot has nicely pulled together a few links about a Keynote Systems study on VOIP call quality in New Study Finds VOIP is Getting Better I feel like I have been conducting my own survey over the last couple of years. I started with Vonage, used it for a year, and then installed my own […]
I started using [email protected] for an office phone system a few weeks ago. Very cool! Basically, Asterisk is a phone system (a PBX) that runs on a PC. If you can imagine something that an full-up office phone system does, I can do it. [email protected] is a project to make Asterisk easy to install.