Todays links of interest:
- YouTube Imposes 10 Minute Limit On New Clips
In an effort to avoid future copyright fights YouTube is limiting the length of new uploads. Guess we’ll have to view those rare pilots in three ten minute parts.
- Film projection
Patrick Goldstein spreads the religion: today’s kids don’t care about the sensitive souls who run movie studios. It’s time for the majors to stop panicking and learn to love the technology.
- When computers do the news, hoaxes slip in
Noted without comment.
- Sirius Fear Factor
You know the old saying about spending money to make money? Turns out spending lots of money is really scary.
- Hurwitz takes a hike
This should end the petitions, the vigils, the desperate pleas that someone — anyone — pick up "Arrested Development" for another season. Now, we can all get on with our lives and watch "Scrubs."
- Can In2TV "broadband television" fuel new growth for AOL?
Possibly, though they are going to have to offer shows that you can’t get as regular reruns, as well as ensure that the shows are watchable across a wider spectrum of computers than just the latest Windows machine.
- The next picture show
A very thorough deconstruction of where we are in the HD DVD/Blu-ray format wars.