Howard Finberg did a nice piece on the new Pew study yesterday and was left wondering at least two questions. Jay Small said today the report raised a related issue with him.
Rob Runett summed up the major findings of the study:
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Kathy Gill invited people on the online-news list to join her conversation about the major networks use of Windows Media video formats instead of a more agnostic file format.
That reminded me of the whole AP Video Network babble-prattle about its use of Windows only and Internet Explorer technologies. Mark Glaser, Steve Yelvington and others have weighed in on it.
To me, it’s a ho-hum issue.
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Our 15-year-old wanted to put the PS2 on the Net and shelled out his own bucks for the $30 Internet Adapter that attaches to the Sony box.
Course, then he realized that wasn’t all he needed to connect to a wireless network.
He hit dad up for a “wireless gaming adapter” … the only one the sales associate at Best Buy offered up was the $100 D-Link DGL-3420. Geez, but we’ve come this far.
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It reads as if the mad scientist is locked away in the lab to all hours with his pliable assistants phython and django creating the perfect CMS.
The beakers are bubbling and weird smoke is swirling.
Hopefully, he won’t blow up the lab — or the wife and the little Mojo.
It’ll be fun to see what he comes up with he stumbles groggy and red-eyed from DEV back into the world.
I think Yahoo’s MyWeb 2.0 is pretty cool idea. I find it handier than Google Desktop — at least for me — because I often am using different computers: work desktop, home desktop, laptop.
It was shocking news to read that Claude Allen, President Bush’s longtime chief domestic-policy adviser and a guy Bush had once hoped would sit on the Fourth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals, had been busted for “refund fraud” at Target and Hecht’s stores in Maryland.
Allen, 45, resigned his White House post in early February amid various speculation. Only last week did his refund problems come to light.
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