Todays links of interest:
- Google News Credibility Foiled By 15-Year Old
New media fooled by fake press release. That’s something the old media would NEVER fall for.
- Portable music hearing risk needs more study: NIH
At least two members of the ‘loper team have been volunteered to be part of the study.
- Apple Offering Full Length Movie on iTunes
Well, a made-for-Disney channel movie, but it’s a start
- Razr Makes Limited Reappearance in Stores
Even the pink ones.
- US judge in Google case grills Justice Department
Already with the follow-up – in other news, the government doesn’t need Google’s data, but the data would help. So why is this in court?
- Judge to Order Google to Give Up Some Data
And yet, we the people, can’t figure out this is going to help the government prove anything.
- YouTube: Natalie Portman Rap Search
This morning’s (08:21AM 03-14-2006) on YouTube for “Natalie Portman Raps” returned 4 results.
- Arbitron to Launch ‘People Meter’ Without Partner
In the year 2006, radio starts thinking, “Hmm, maybe we should figure out who’s listening to us.” The ‘loper team is standing by with the answer radio doesn’t want to hear.
- User Spending on Web Content Soared in ’05
Further proving that people will pay if it’s something they want.
- SXSW 2006 Interactive Panels Podcasts
Miss the conference? Or maybe you just missed an early morning session after a late night out. No problem, you can listen to the SXSW panels during your morning jog
- Google Goes to Mars
Now that they’ve conquered The Earth, this is the obvious next step in what future historians will call “The Google Galactic Empire.”
- Was it the Bloody Mary?
Isaac Hayes has decided to leave “South Park.” Apparently he’s just realized that Matt and Trey like to offend people.
- The Combined AT&T and BellSouth Will Control 22% of Consumer Telecom Spending and 34% of Business Telecom Spending; Merger Announcement Further Consolidates Telecom Marketplace
In 2084, they’re gonna have to break ’em up all over again!!