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Wednesday, July 13, 2005

Supernova 2005: "forces that are driving computing from a centralized model to a decentralized one" and "the power of the so-called "long tail" in media and commerce."

K@W on podcasting.
"A lot of the attention has been overdone, but podcasting is not going away," says Wharton marketing professor Peter Fader. "It will continue to grow and resources will be thrown at it. Some will do podcasting well and be rewarded for it."
Couldn't agree more.

More DMCA abuse.

The culture of non-competition extends. Ecoes PubChem battle.

"The problem is that the films are full of archive film and music from a multitude of sources. The reason my series are normally not released on DVD is that it is prohibitively costly and a nightmare - no pun intended - to clear the rights." These things are a net loss for society, and a net loss to both rights holders and potential licensees. The rights holders need to learn--never let greed get in the way of profit.

Can't TiVo this.

Spectrum Wars. via Miller



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