Today’s links of interest:
- Retired S1Ws Recalled To Active Duty
Seems to be the next logical step in the War on the Terrordome.
- Olbermann’s Special Comment: It is not the Democrats whose inaction in the face of the enemy you fear
Olbermann’s latest takedown.
- WSJ reports Google and YouTube are in acquisition talks
Well, that’s one way to solve the Google Video problem.
- Google in Talks to Buy YouTube
Well, when you have that much extra money sitting around, you need to do something with it.
- ‘Make Click’ On Borat’s ‘Official Home Site’
- MySpace For Baby Boomers
Hmm, now that it’s mostly over-30’s on MySpace, isn’t that what MySpace is?
- Bloggers: Lawsuits Won’t Stop Publishers From Blogging
It’s good to know that citizen journalism won’t stop in the face of litigation.
- Google Will Subpoena Rivals to Help Fight Copyright Suits
Ah, the book scanning suits turn ugly. And they say that publishing is a gentleman’s business.
- MySpace Founder Seeks Inquiry
Apparently, the News Corp acquistion was a "scandal". Yes, but possibly not for the reasons noted here.
- New Media A Weapon in New World Of Politics
Well, that paradigm shift didn’t take long, did it?
- Who Killed TiVoToGo?
- Bizarre: It’s the dog’s Borats
The best film to come out of Kazakhstan since Three Goats And My Sister 2
- It’s not too late to jump aboard ‘Battlestar Galactica’
And we welcome Tim Goodman to our ranks! What took you so long?
- Zune Won’t Kill the IPod
Hmm, haven’t we all read this somewhere else? Oh right, here.
- Digital sales shore up ailing music biz
Never fear: Universal will surely see this news as a call to release some sort of new CD packaging to entice the kids back into the fold.
- Youths no longer predominant at MySpace
Every kid’s fear: stumbling across his mother’s MySpace page and discovering her love for Jackson Browne.
- It’s no joke: IU study finds The Daily Show with Jon Stewart to be as substantive as network news
We love when studies prove unconventional wisdom that we’ve already held to be self-evident.