Today’s links of interest:
- Comedy Central Revives ‘Futurama’
It’s always good to see that poor, struggling Matt Groening catch a break. So I just have one request for "Futurama 2.0": can it be funny this time?
- Robots Doing Security Patrols at World Cup Matches
Damn. If we only coulda gotten one of the models that look like humans to play Striker for the U.S. Team . . .
- Shyamalan Book Tells of Breakup With Disney
Your typical messy divorce — the tears, the recriminations…the gossip.
- Mac OS X 10.5 speculation season begins
For those of you whose identity is defined by which operating system you run . . .
- Time Warner Cable launching wi-fi pilot program
More public Wi-Fi access. Where, you ask? New York? Chicago? Los Angeles? Nope: Cedarburg, Wisconsin. Just in time for the Strawberry Festival, to boot. Awesome.
- Which New DVD Format? Neither Just Yet
Though I’ve gotta say that I’ve seen the new Samsung Blu-ray player, and yes, it does look fabulous outputting to a LCD TV. Just not $1,000 worth of fabulous.
- Mobile TV scores in Asia
For those who keep asking us "who wants to watch TV on a cell phone?", we have part one of our answer.
- N.Y.er sued in ‘WTC’ ripoff
Of course, if handled properly, Paramount might have generated a lot of interesting buzz. Now Google searches will reveal this little tale alongside reviews and other commentary.
- Rocker Townshend removes net tale
This is fascinating on several levels; alas, we have only enough time to say go forth and read — and then dig deeper.