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Saturday, October 29, 2005

Random buying among media companies?

Chinks in the Web 2.0 armour.


A tale of two screens.

Happy new MP3 stereo device.

US still unhappy with Chinese piracy.

It'd be better if they were public domain.

Freedom to tinker.

Exactly. I believe Spielberg edited out shotguns in the DVD release of E.T. I showed a history major friend the Wayback Machine today, and she was flabbergasted at the historic value. There is no similar thing for other new media forms.

MS hits antitrust wall with media players.

Format wars.



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