We Always Had A Ball on Mars Edition
Todays links of interest:
- Space truck ready for rehearsals
C’mon! . . . C’mon! . . . C’mon! . . . Let’s go space truckin!!!
- MacBook Air compromised in 2 minutes for $10,000
There’s probably an Elliot Spitzer joke in here somewhere . . .
- Oldest recorded voices sing again
Pitchfork gave it a 3.4, saying in part: "whatever value this recording may have in the historical milieu is overshadowed by the fact that — even in its time — everybody had already heard it all before."
- TiVo gets official with Desktop Plus 2.6, enables web video viewing
For TiVo owners, this is huge. It means that you can watch something downloaded from iTunes via your TiVo. However, right now, Windows-only. Does this also mean that people who may have bittorrented shows on on DVD (like, say "Cupid," or full later seasons of "Larry Sanders" or "Everwood) will now be able to watch those via TiVo? Not sure, but it might be worth the to find out.
- Amazon Tightens Grip on Printing
Once again, we remind you that, while the publishing industry cowers in fear from Google, it’s Amazon that poses the biggest danger. (WSJ – subscription only, but you can preview the article)