We Were All Just Money-Making Edition
Todays links of interest:
- Saxophone-Playing Walrus Delights Crowds In Istanbul
I am the egg man.
- ‘Several Cities’ Could Have No Daily Paper As Soon As 2010, Credit Rater Says
Now comes the time to define what is meant by "daily paper" and how newspapers fit into our concept of "news". Seriously. Is something that lands on our doorstep with front page news that’s over 12 hours old really the best use of journalistic talent?
- A cloud hangs over BlackBerry Storm
Not being BlackBerry users, we wonder why they would take away a physical keyboard, since it’s one of the absolute advantages the BlackBerry has always had over the iPhone. And once again, point out that we’d rather have the App Store than even a physical keyboard.
- How DuroSport Is Preparing For the Global Recession
Apparently, hard times have fallen on the makers of crappy technology. Justifiably.
- Cardio with Obama
In a million years I would have never guessed that the first big controversy of the Obama administration would be dubbed Zune-gate.
- Sony, Kindle E-Reader Sales Grow Before Christmas; But Still No ?iPod Moment?
I guess it all depends on how you define an "iPod moment". The numbers will certainly be different for ebooks. Also, with Sony and Amazon battling it out, ebook readers may be setting themselves up for a Betamax moment.
- Sky+ glitch sparks fears for programme backups
Even in a world where people are permitted to make copies/backups of their content, we are reminded that he that giveth can frequently taketh away. Or at least screw up the week in a big way.