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Perspectives on Net Neutrality

“The principle that governments should mandate ISPs to treat all data on the Internet the same, and not discriminate or charge differently by user, content, website, platform, application, type of attached equipment, or method of communication.” 
This is the formal definition given to network neutrality. But not all people may look at it the same way. People from diverse backgrounds could disagree on whether it is congenial to the consumer or to the internet service provider. Differing opinions may arise from differing ways net neutrality is understood. In this article, I provide my own interpretations and perspectives on the matter. 
The debate is whether net neutrality should be rescinded by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), the governing body for America’s telecommunication services. People argue that net neutrality is keeping greedy corporations at bay from exploiting and abusing the internet service they provide. A common cited example would be the throttle of traffic fr…

Why Commitment to Excellence Always Pays Off

Some may roll their eyes over this no-brainer concept, but it is so crucial to everyday success that I think it's worth its own article. “Commitment” and “Excellence” are two big words that weigh heavily in meaning when used together. They’re impact too powerful and impelling to the point that advertisers overuse them in their hackneyed slogans. In fact, such abuse can lead to the phrase’s gradual debasement and loss of meaning. The exacting discipline obfuscated by superficial marketing goals aimed at the gullible consumer. But what does it mean to be committed to excellence? Many may argue that the answer is subjective, so I lay out my perspective for the reader and I to be on common ground in the succeeding paragraphs.
To start with, I detest making commitments that I know I can’t see to fruition. And it’s not just because of the disappointment from unmet expectations, but from inauspicious consequences that arise thereupon. I know too well the bitter taste of being let down, …