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Saturday, January 07, 2006

Wired News: Google Goes for Web Video Gold
Google's flexible pricing model sets its service apart.

Wired News: When in Rome ... or Beijing
"When we operate in markets around the world we have to ensure that our service complies with global laws as well as local laws and norms," Richardson said.
Global laws? Although the Wired article doesn't mention it, it seems MS has gone above and beyond the call of CCP duty and blocked the website globally, not just locally.

Wired News: Coffee, Tea or Wi-Fi TV?
San Francisco International is planning to hawk TV programs and movies to travelers with laptops, and deliver them over its in-house Wi-Fi network.

Wired 14.01: POSTS
"Isn't that a bit late?" I ask Chadduck. "I won't presume to speak for the White House," he replies testily.

The Cult of Mac Blog
What a weird bunch of crap Disney is rolling out with its latest expanded TV offerings for iTunes.

Wired News: Will Digital Cinema Can Pirates?
Digital projectors can't stop people from recording movies, but they can allow studios to trace every illegal copy back to the specific time and theater where it was recorded.

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