Archive for: February2010

 

Beyond Blu-ray: Movies On A Necklace?

B-Floppy became A-Floppy, which gave way to CDs, then DVDs, and now Blu-ray. The future of digital media seems to […]

Every Home Connected: National Internet Plan

A recent survey conducted by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) found that a whopping nearly one-third of the U.S. population […]

Google Energy Aims To Pioneer Market

The internets are abuzz lately with the news that Google has obtained for its subsidiary, Google Energy, the rights to […]

Warner Bros. Heralds Future of Video Rental

The Blockbuster closest to my house recently sold, shuttered, and gutted, grimly foreshadowing the end of the video-rental store era.  […]

Update: Why Reconciliation? [Where HealthCare Stands]

Leading up to the mid-January special election for the late Senator Kennedy’s seat, I wrote a brief post on the […]

Adobe Fights Back With AIR

In an earlier blog post, I espoused that Apple’s preference of HTML5 over Adobe Flash would likely change how video […]

Harness the Power of Your Consumers

Buckets and buckets of posts have been written about the impact of mobile platforms and social networks on marketing and […]

When in Doubt, Create Art

I stumbled across yet another forgotten poem tonight while I was searching desperately for inspiration and debating whether or not […]

Why Windex Smells So Good

Hi, my name is Wade, and I like the smell of Windex.  And fresh gasoline.  And paint.  Now, I know […]

All Actors Under One Union

It’s sheer idiocy that so many of my fellow actors cannot qualify for health insurance and benefits these days.  Many […]

 

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