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Dec 05 Published in Technology, Technical Project Services, Robots, Massive things, Internet, Geekery, Gadgets, Epic things, design, Current Events, Corporate History, Computers by Polar Star | Comment (0)
Amazon has drones, but Google's got robots - seven new robotics acquisitions, in fact
Dec 05 Published in website, Technology, Russian, Massive things, Internet, Geekery, Crime by Polar Star | Comment (0)
Internet’s new biggest threat?
Internet experts say huge chunks of sensitive web traffic have been routinely hijacked by hackers and diverted to foreign computers, compromising the data of victims in at least 150 cities
Aug 29 Published in Internet, Cruzio by Cruzio Reporter | Comment (0)
Given revelations over the last several years that US citizens are under surveillance by the NSA and other government agencies which are assisted by large communications and media corporations as reported in the press, we at Cruzio Internet have received requests from our customers for information on our privacy policies as well as our policies and
Aug 19 Published in Technology, Santa Cruz, Politics, Local Business, Internet, gigcity, Economics, Current Events, Cruzio by Cruzio Reporter | Comment (0)
Last week we rolled down to Carmel to speak for our alloted 3 minutes at an open CPUC meeting. This is what we said:
Re: Central Coast Broadband Investment
In the past, telecommunications was classed as a public utility: similarly to electricity, gas or water, infrastructure was regulated and shared due to the high costs of construction and maintenance.
Aug 13 Published in Internet, Geekery, Cruzio by Cruzio Reporter | Comment (0)
We eat, sleep and breathe Internet here at Cruzio, and we know that in Santa Cruz we're not the only ones. This is a high-tech community, with a thriving tech scene that's right about ready to explode. So I guess it shouldn't surprise us that folks around the County are crying out for ever better, faster, more reliable broadband.
Even so, the demand for our
Oct 31 Published in Upcoming Events, Surfing, steamer lane, Local Event, Local Business, Internet, Cruzio, Coldwater Classic by Listingmaverick | Comment (0)
The Coldwater Classic is one of the World's premier surf events, and this year Cruzio Internet is providing a premier high-speed Internet connection to live stream video of the competition for the first time.
"Watching surf contests being shown live over the Internet from Huntington Beach earlier this year really raised our competitive hackles," says
Jan 10 Published in Paintings, MakersFactory, Local Event, Local Doings, Local Business, Internet, Games, Free, Fine Art, Epic things, Cruzioworks, Cruzio, Announcement, 877 Cedar Street by Cruzio Reporter | Comment (0)
It's like a good old-fashioned block party in the middle of a downtown, high-tech nerve center, complete with all of your neighbors, local art, delicious food and a celebratory atmosphere.
Join Cruzio as we open our doors for an evening commemorating the growth of local
Oct 13 Published in Velocity, Internet, Cruzio by Cruzio Reporter | Comment (0)
There's a reason we're calling our new Internet service "Velocity."
First, though, we've got to give a disclaimer. Velocity speeds vary widely depending on your location and the quality of your lines. In Santa Cruz County, where our geography is mountainous and there are many rural areas, we know there are a lot of places where speeds would be only a small
Apr 25 Published in Santa Cruz coworking, New Sentinel, Local News, Local Event, Local Doings, Internet, Geekery, Free, Fiber, Epic things, Cruzioworks, Cruzio, 877 Cedar Street by Cruzio Reporter | Comment (0)
Come celebrate Cruzio's new fiberoptic connection at a party!:
On: Friday, May 6th 2011
Time: 7 to 9 pm
(If you haven't had a chance to see our new building, nighttime is beautiful! )
Location: At Cruzio's new building, 877 Cedar Street
Free food and
Oct 26 Published in Sentinel building, New Sentinel, Local News, Local Business, ISP, Internet, Fiber, Cruzio, Community, California Politics, California Economics by The Editor | Comment (1)
Our very own Congressman, Sam Farr, paid Cruzio Internet and building partner Ecology Action a visit last week to tour our new building. Cruzio's founder and CEO, Peggy Dolgenos, showed Representative Farr around. He learned about our plans to pull fiber Internet into the building, examined the bones of our forthcoming state-of-the-art colocation center,
Oct 17 Published in stuff we like, stuff we all need, Santa Cruz, Russian, New Year, Language, Internet, Holidays, Health, happy time, happy time, Foodie, Classes, Candy by Polar Star | Comment (0)
Russian TableYou can order authentic Russian food without leaving your home here: www.russiantable.com -- the best selection of Russian food imported from Russia!
Jul 13 Published in Politics, Internet, Geekery by The Editor | Comment (0)
Cruzio is a member of the California ISP Association, who just entered a comment in the FCC website on the hot issue in telecommunications these days: whether the FCC has any authority to regulate the Internet. This came up when the FCC attempted to enforce Net Neutrality and Comcast won a case against them in federal court.
If you are interested in an open
Apr 08 Published in Technology, Sentinel building, Santa Cruz, New Sentinel, Local Projects, Internet, Fiber, Current Events, Cruzio, Anniversary by Cruzio Reporter | Comment (1)
Mar 24 Published in Sentinel building, Santa Cruz, New Sentinel, Local Projects, Local News, ISP, Internet, Fiber, Economics, Cruzio by Cruzio Reporter | Comment (0)
All of us here at Cruzio are stoked about the possibility of Google bringing fiber to Santa Cruz (especially the open access part). We'd love it if everyone had incredible connections to the
Mar 02 Published in tips and tricks, Technology, stuff we like, Internet, Geekery, Computers by Cruzio Technical Support | Comment (0)
What's a browser?
It's the program you use to look at web pages. In fact, right now you are using one to look at this web page. Here's a fun, short video to explain:
Reasons to upgrade your browser
You're probably wondering what's wrong with the one you're already using. Here are some reasons to
Oct 05 Published in website, twitter, Technical Project Services, social media, Sara Isenberg Web Consulting Project Management, Sara Isenberg, Project Management, Local Business, linkedin, Internet, Email, Computers, Coaching, Business Referral by Sara Isenberg | Comment (0)
I've just changed the name of my company, domain/URL, email, phone, Facebook Page for business.
I provide web consulting and project management services to web developers, businesses, and individuals who need help with web, social media (blogging, LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, and more), email marketing, software application, and other projects.
Oct 02 Published in Russian, Little Stories, Internet, family, Comedy, Animation by Polar Star | Comment (0)
The House That Jack Built
Sep 03 Published in television, stuff we like, Internet, happy time, Geekery, Comedy by ilovesweat | Comment (0)
i'll be honest, up until this summer, i thought watching tv on the internet meant someone pointing a camera at their tv and illegally broadcasting it to the world. silly me, there is a plethora of television shows to watch. not short youtube clips either, but full episodes and in super high quality! i love old television shows and this summer i spent lots
Aug 11 Published in Technology, Space, Robots, Linkage, ISP, Internet, inspiration, Geekery, cosmology, astronomy by SmileyFaced | Comment (0)
35 Stories: the hybrid Lamborghini, A.I. learning Super Mario Bros, the Apple Tablet, Cyborgs, DIY helicopter and many more!
ISP's, Internet Standards & Tech
Aug 10 Published in Local Projects, Local News, Local Doings, Internet, Geekery, Cruzio, Community by member784564 | Comment (0)
Knowledge work becomes a competitive advantage when traditional manufacturing work begins happening elsewhere. Drivers of the new sustainable, regional economy are digital education and entertainment.
What's required to better interconnect media producers and designers with the audiences eager for content? Bandwidth.
What can we do to create greater broadband