Today’s links of interest:
- A New Model For Getting Rich Online
FYI — This only works for some, not all.
- Dailies Strike Back At Web
Or, more money for the news.
- Shake-Up @ AOL
AOL is movin’ and groovin’ in a big way — but is it shaking the right parts?
- Movie business now marketing-driven
And we all know how focus groups and demographic targets spur risk-taking and creativity!!!
- ‘World Trade Center’ is a world class movie::By Cal Thomas
Oliver Stone, right wing darling??
- Metallica to Sell 4 Albums on iTunes
See, had Metallica even the tiniest bit of a scintilla of an inkling of sense of humor, they would have gone to Napster first.
- iTunes Is Bigger than Just Music
So ten years from now, you’ll hear a kid in an electronics store say: "I didn’t know that Apple also made computers. Are they any good?"
- DirecTV and Yankee Network Bet on Interactive TV
If I’m reading this correctly — and it’s early — Yankees fans are going to kill interactive TV. Makes sense.
- What’s in store for music downloaders?
Bottom line: those who want to break the rules will break the rules. Illegal file sharing is like a giant mushroom growing underground. It’s not going to be eradicated by killing a single mass, especially a virtually dormant one.
- Holding course on coarse words
PBS head says that the FCC needs to be more flexible. We would like to point out that, to date, none of the so-called seven dirty words has actually brought a civilization to its knees.