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Aggregators: the good ones vs. the looters |... →
Excellent distinction between the approaches of Techmeme and Google News: In fact, in their very own fields, Techmeme are Mediagazer are more useful than Google News. By crawling through so many sources, with the sole help of a powerful (but aging) algorithm, Google News ends up lacking finesse, precision and selectiveness. It’s a pure product of the engineering culture the search giant is built...
Let's Just Stop the Old vs. New Media Argument →
God bless you, Hamilton Nolan: At a certain point, once arguments have gone around in circles for a number of years, it’s best to just agree that all the contrasting points have been made, and move on. Because re-making these points again and again does nothing more than reveal the speaker as (at best) a cliche-spouting bore, or (at worst) a crank. Does anyone want to read transcripts of...
Microsoft joins Apple in stance against Blu-ray →
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When is a text ad a display ad? →
An offhand sentence in this New York Times article made my brain hurt: Google also counts text ads that appear on Web sites other than search results pages as display ads. So, most of the text ads sprinkled across the Interweb are, according to Google, display ads? That’s cheeky at best.
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Your DVR doesn’t know ‘$#*!’ →
From the “you might want to look into that” department: It seems DVR designers quite understandably never suspected that a network would launch a TV show that started with the word “$#*!.”
The eReaders Bill of Rights (the Kobo Perspective) →
Well put: No Book Gets Left Behind. Hop from an iPhone to a Blackberry to a Sony Reader to a Nook to a Kobo eReader to an Android tablet to an iPad to a garage-sale netbook… You get the idea.
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HDCP antipiracy leak opens doors for black boxes →
Why I’m Not Buying A Boxee Box →
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I’m starting to think Boxee is the television equivalent of the Chumby. Nice idea, bit what the hell does it actually do?
Stolen drain anger →
All You Did Was Weaken A Country Today →
The Death of the RSS Reader →
YouTube's Content ID comes of age →
I wrote a short post back in 2008 that praised YouTube’s nascent Content ID service. I found it to be a progressive middle-ground between blatant copyright infringement and heavy-handed takedowns. After all, most of YouTube’s infringement is tied to good intentions: people want to share / discuss / amplify material that resonated with them. Content ID provided (and provides … but...
New Backpack Makes 3D Maps of Buildings →
Undeniably geeky, but very cool. It’s like they miniaturized a Google Street View car.