Interview w/ Jim Moore of RSSI
'Podcast' Is the Word of the Year — NEW YORK, Dec. 5 /PRNewswire/ — Only a year ago, podcasting was an arcane activity, the domain of a few techies and self-admitted "geeks." Now you can hear everything from NASCAR coverage to NPR's All Things Considered in downloadable audio files called "podcasts".
Saul Hansell / New York Times:
AOL Deal May Omit Stake Sale — Time Warner may not be selling a piece of America Online after all. — Time Warner is still in negotiations with Microsoft and Google over a variety of potential deals involving its AOL unit. But most of the possibilities under discussion …
Cynthia Brumfield / IP Democracy: Parsons to Comcast, Google & Microsoft: Just Kidding
Can Google Go Glossy? — Why its plan to resell print ads to its army of advertisers may be off to a slow start — It was a babystep that sent tremors through the media establishment. Seeking ways to expand its advertising juggernaut beyond the Internet, Google Inc. (GOOG ) …
Kevin Newcomb / ClickZ:
Kanoodle Pays for Cookie Distribution — In a twist on the ad network concept, Kanoodle has launched a program that will pay publishers to distribute Kanoodle's targeting cookies, whether they show Kanoodle ads on their site or not. — The BrightAds Cookies program aims to increase …
Racketboy / RetroGaming with racketboy:
Top 20 Games That Nobody Played - But You Should — There are hundreds of excellent games that have been released over the last two decades that never quite got the attention and sales they deserved. Many times it is because of lousy marketing, but at least some of these games find an afterlife as a cult classic.
Jenn Shreve / Wired News:
Fido's First Cell Phone — Lost dog? As of next March, pet owners will be able to drop the photocopier and staple gun and pick up the phone instead. That's when PetCell, the first cell phone for dogs, is due to hit pet-store shelves. — Hung off Fido's collar, the PetCell …
Discussion: IFTF's Future Now
Damian Kulash Jr / New York Times:
Buy, Play, Trade, Repeat — THE record company Sony BMG recently got in trouble after attempting to stem piracy by encoding its CD's with software meant to limit how many copies can be made of the discs. It turned out that the copy-protection software exposed consumers' computers to Internet viruses …
Richard Siklos / New York Times:
Looking for the Proceeds in TV-on-Demand — For five decades or so, the television industry's main mission has been to come up with hit programs, get them on screens, and hope people will stop and watch. Now, that is just the starting point. — As an era of ordering TV shows at the push …
Robert Andrews / Wired News:
Le Chic Shall Inherit Les Blogs — A top international model is using social software and cell phones to give high fashion an air of high tech. — Anina, who struts her stuff on European catwalks and magazine covers, is a self-proclaimed geek and entrepreneur on a mission to turn …
Discussion: ...My heart's in Accra
Matt Casamassina / revolution.ign.com:
Revolution Launch — What exactly does "2006" really mean? We narrow down the launch date. — December 5, 2005 - Asking a Nintendo executive for Revolution's official launch date will always yield exactly the same response, which is, simply, "2006." In the past, the Big N's president …
David Chartier / The Unofficial Apple Weblog:
Apple adds NBC, SciFi, USA to iTMS — Get out the popcorn and your 5G iPods everyone, because Apple has added a ton of new shows to the iTMS from the likes of NBC, USA, SciFi and Disney. The Office, Monk, Battlestar Galactica (including the miniseries), The Tonight Show, Late Night with Conan O'Brien …
Thomas Hawk / Thomas Hawk's Digital Connection: More Apple Video Downloadable Content, Don't Believe the Hype
Google Fixes Desktop Search Loophole — Google (Nasdaq: GOOG - news) has strengthened its Desktop Search tool so that it cannot be used any longer by hackers who are exploiting an unpatched vulnerability in Microsoft's (Nasdaq: MSFT - news) Internet Explorer software.
Justin Mann / TechSpot: Google addresses IE flaw compromising its Desktop Search
Talking-Head Video Is Boring Online … As broadband connectivity has grown, websites have increased their use of video clips. Unfortunately, many of these videos are produced for television broadcast and are thus unsuitable for the online environment. — In 1997, I wrote an analysis …
Charles Arthur / Guardian Unlimited: People don't look at talking heads on website videos
James Moore / Jim Moore's Journal:
Why we invested $5 million in Attensa: RSS Investors Fund — News is out on the RSSI investment in Attensa, announced today. — KBCafe, — Red Herring — When John Palfrey, Richard Fishman and I founded the RSS Investors Fund, our aim was not simply to make money.
Randy Charles Morin / The RSS Blog: Attensa Inverview — Attensa announced this morning a new round of financing led by RSSI.
Scott Niesen / Attensa: Why RSS Investors invested $5 million in Attensa - Jim Moore at RSS Investors
Randy Charles Morin / The RSS Blog:
Interview w/ Jim Moore of RSSI
Scott Niesen / Attensa: Attensa and RSS Investors - Finishing Each Other's Sentences
Man sues Microsoft over alleged Xbox 360 glitch — A Chicago man who bought Microsoft's new Xbox 360 has sued the software maker, saying the new video game console has a design flaw that causes it to overheat and freeze up. — The proposed class action suit claims that in Microsoft's bid …
Jeneane Sessum / ALLIED:
Well Blow Me a Bubble! — You know that I come to you first with all of the exciting news of my life, which thankfully doesn'?t happen too often, leaving me plenty of time to write about hamsters and PR and strep throat and Jenna. — But today is one of those big news days—? OH BOY!
Discussion: Joho the Blog
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