you got to love neil.
The lineup includes Comcast Xfinity, Verizon FiOS, HBO Go, Bravo, Crackle, Syfy, TMZ, UFC and The Today Show in the U.S. In the U.K., partners include BBC, Channel 4, Channel 5 and Lovefilm. In Spain, it’s Antena 3, RTVE and Telefonica, and in Mexico it’s Televisa.
It’s not free TV, though. You have to already subscribe to the services, so the deal basically expands the Xbox’s capability as a streaming content adapter for the TV.
jason fried breaks it down. 37signals style.
why the drudge report is one of the best designed sites on the web | 37signals.com
in with the new.
your hard drive is now obsolete – ces 2007 | msnbc.com
on a related note, amanda congdon’s friends have never looked better.
the top 21 tech screwups of 2006 | pcworld.com
google to buy youtube for $1.65 billion | cnet news.com
i have to try this out.
a new way to bypass automated response systems | tech.yahoo.com
kevin rose is a cool dude.
accidental tech entrepreneurs turn their hobbies into livelihoods | informationweek.com
we love jakob nielsen.
if this column were a web site, this would be its home page | washingtonpost.com
i’m gonna go with the small company.
microsoft live drive may launch before gdrive | techcrunch.com
the online storage gang | techcrunch.com
very interesting read.
anonymous source is not the same as open source | nytimes.com
thieves. they never stop.
pins no obstacle for debit card thieves | msnbc.com
we changed the font on lancewaxer recently. did you notice?
the logos of web 2.0 | fontshop.com