I Walked Around and Yelled A Lot Edition
Todays links of interest:
- Microsoft: No more Windows Live Mail crashes with IE8 Beta 2
Hurray! The Microsoft browser we don’t use now works with the Microsoft mail program we don’t use. I’m sure someone will be happy about this.
- How a college sophomore won Sarah Palin the veep slot
See? And people say the Republicans have lost touch with the youth of America.
- Nielsen finds audiences are aging
Apparently, the 55-plus age bracket is the fastest-growing demo. And apparently, people are surprised by this fact. Despite the fact that 55 years ago puts us near the center of the Baby Boom, and really the first Americans not to know life without TV.
- Sarah Palin: McCain’s Vice President
Meet the new Thomas Eagleton (check Wikipedia if you don’t know what that means kids).
- Comcast to make monthly Internet use cap official
Ah, the joys of unfettered monopolies and franchises in local jurisdictions. Now, as consumers consider their living options, they have to weigh such interesting factors as access to Internet and how much it will cost them (and, of course, is there enough competition in the market for price and feature shopping).
- Court dismisses video copyright case against Veoh
Turns out copyright holders need to bear some responsibility for identifying infringement.
- ‘Buffy’ Returns to Life Online
Not as exciting as the headline indicates, but evidence that the WB might get back in the online game after all.
- Suge’s Alleged Victim: How’d I Get Butt Naked?!
Man, if I had a dime for every time I asked myself *that* question . . .