Interesting post. I disagree with it in the comments.
Gotta run, off to CES where I’m going to be on CNBC’s The Big Idea, which will be aired tomorrow.
Ahh, breaking laws so you don’t have to.
Word from the BlogHaus at CES is that Microsoft might have the last laugh on the HD-DVD vs. Blu-Ray debate, where it looks like HD-DVD received a death blow.
But most of the people hanging out in the BlogHaus point out that they are already switching their lives to movies that are downloaded. Netflix is doing that. So is, um, Xbox.
I look around the BlogHaus. There’s a new connected TV from HP. It brings you movies and other content from the Internet.
Ahh, you gotta love the Apple PR team. They weren’t willing to keep quiet during CES week and announced a new MacPro.
On the other hand, CES deserves some PR blame. Finding the cool stuff here (and there is some, like 3M’s pocket projector) is difficult. I’m off to read Engadget and Gizmodo. More from CES later.
Breaking news: Facebook and Google join DataPortability.org.
Oh, I guess that means we’ll soon be able to import Facebook’s contacts into other systems like Gmail and Outlook?
Will they guarantee not to kick people off who are trying to make their data truly “portable?”