Netflix Is Killing BitTorrent in The US As we’ve said a few times in the past, the only way to decrease piracy is to compete with it and offer products that are superior to its pirated counterpart. It appears that for (older) movies Netflix is on the right path here. Now that there’s proof, how […]
Brent Simmons on why we still need blogs: Twitter and Facebook are great for organizing a revolution. Blogs are for explaining why we need one.
Zappos is so good at customer service, 404 means a whole different thing.
Wag of My Finger to Paul Allen After reading Freakonomics 2, my respect for Paul Allen and his team skyrocketed as they try to solve big problems like hurricanes, global warming and malaria(with mosquito killing laser beam-not a joke). But now, in my eyes, he’s just a plain old patent troll(like the one near his […]
HP vs Dell: Storage Showdown Does HP genuinely want 3PAR or do they just want Dell to spend as much money on it as they can trying to buy it? When I saw Dell had upped the bid this morning, I thought it had been a brilliant move on HP’s part, by forcing Dell to […]
Interesting conversation from Charlie Wilson’s War: Gust Avrakotos: There’s a little boy and on his 14th birthday he gets a horse… and everybody in the village says, “how wonderful. The boy got a horse” And the Zen master says, “we’ll see.” Two years later, the boy falls off the horse, breaks his leg, and everyone […]