In a comment at Josh’s place, slugfest asked what would happen to network TV if everyone bought TV shows online rather than watching them via ad supported TV. That’s the question I set out to answer tonight. Beyond the general … Continued
Man, this would’ve saved me a few bucks here and there over the last few months.
I realize that free syndication is a BIG reason that YouTube has had such explosive growth over it’s other competitors, but I think they could start micro-charging like Amazon is for S3 and make a decent profit. I think people … Continued
A good profile in the Times about MySpace’s drive to become more profitable. I wondered about this, especially as someone who has these debates at my day job. The page views are undeniable, but how does that translate into dollars. … Continued
I’m sure the high gas prices aren’t related.
The heart and soul of the Mac world is the large community of small software developers that make some of the best software on the Mac platform. I’ve had my favorites over the years. Watson, by Dan Wood, was one … Continued
If these churches run like businesses, do they compete with each other? How would you compete with another church? Does their religious mission (bring more followers into the flock) override the business mission? Will one of these churches ever go … Continued
Wow, NetNewsWire has been acquired by NewsGator. Now, NewsGator has one of the better online aggregators, an RSS plugin for Outlook, the best Windows RSS aggregator in FeedDemon, and, now, NetNewsWire. It’s a nice stack. Now, the questions: What does … Continued
Seemingly more relevant at work every day, Mark Cuban wrote an interesting post on his blog about the “[worst] reason for doing something”: “Thats the way we have always done it.” While I think that’s a good point, and a … Continued