Todays links of interest:
- Service backs up your digital tunes
Remember when this what MySpace did? But with storage prices dropping faster than bandwith speed is increasing, will anybody use this?
- Ay Caramba! ‘The Simpsons’ Extend Record Run
Have you ever loved something so much that you hoped that it would never go away? And then it doesn’t?
- YouTube: Natalie Portman Rap Search
This morning’s (08:20AM 03-22-2006) search on YouTube for “Natalie Portman Raps” returned 2 results.
- No Copying From First High-Def Players
Reason #5998 as to why you probably shouldn’t even bother with this right now.
- YouTube: Television’s New Frenemy
As we’ve long suspected, people who work at major studios are really out of touch. How is poor little YouTube supposed to toe the line when they receive a “Thank you for publicizing our work” and a cease-and-desist on the same day?
- Disney’s Iger: No Net Neutrality Laws Needed
Surprise! He’s also against a-la-carte programming. Apparently what’s good for the consumer is bad for Disney. Of course, us consumers have known that for years, haven’t we?
- Companies that fought against Wi-Fi now rush to join in
Like the record companies and downloads. The whole of the law shalt be: hop on or get left behind.
- MTV Show Chooses Cast Based On Merit
Looks? Uh, who needs ’em. This show is all about finding the next Lester Bangs.
- RIAA Says Future DRM Might ?Threaten Critical Infrastructure and Potentially Endanger Lives?
And they’re fine with it, so you should be too. Seriously, once content is digitized it should be protected at ALL costs.