While you were throwing out dozens — maybe hundreds — of cassettes, videotapes and CDs that you’ve made over the past two decades because you have them digitally and/or just couldn’t imagine ever watching or listening to them ever again, here’s what we were looking at:
- Great Googlely Moogley! Don’t Use Their Name in Vain! – Google wants to control how you use their company name as a verb. Let us know how that works out.
- Music Executive Declares ‘CD Is Dead’, Announces Plans To Save The CD – I’m reading Steven Levy’s iPod book right now, and it just kills me every time just how short-sighted these people really really are.
- Blu-Ray, HD-DVD — Taking Sides Is A Sign That The Studios Are Focusing On The Wrong Problem – It also amazes me just how short-sighted these people are as well.
- Five Reasons Why Music Lovers Should Worry About The Death of The CD – And then, more than one person thought that I was short-sighted my own self for not taking an Alfred E. Newman position on the wholesale transition to digital music.
- That’s What I Like: Food Network – One thing that Rox forgot in her discussion of the Food Network: just how dirty it is when you’re watching it with the sound down and the captions on.