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For Bill Gates, the next phase begins
Sony yet to sign PSN movie download deals
Survey: 8 in 10 businesses now using Macs
Google enters the PC to TV arena
Microsoft to buy semantic search engine Powerset for $100M plus
Facebook ‘gender policy’ has grammar in mind
WTF? North Carolina offers to replace 10,000 license plates
Dual-display e-book concept mimics reading, makes complete sense
Martian soil ‘could support life’
ConnectU founders score spots on U.S. Olympic rowing team
Scientific American: 5 3D printers
Take that radio.
Tip for the Awesome bar.
Molly, Tom, and Jason,
OK, business uses kill switch and turns off my cousin’s phone and he misses the phone call that says they have a heart for him.
Love the show,
Hiya Buzz Crew,
Maybe it’s just me, but I often end up typing .ocm rather than .com when entering URLs into my browser. I can’t wait until someone actually sets up the .ocm tld and typo-squats the entire .com domain at once. Thanks, ICANN!
The debate between us (the users) and institutions such as the RIAA, cell phone providers, software makers (ah, might as well add government surveillance to that list) is the struggle between freedom and control. They want us to behave a certain way--but we don't. So instead of listening and adapting their product or service to how we want to use it and what value place on something, they enact rules and barriers.
The dispute between users and such institutions on the use of technology is our generation's battlefield. Technology has exposed the fundamental differences in how we choose to live our lives, what ideas are supreme, and the tyranny we must fight. Throughout history, societies based on control do not survive. The restrictions on our freedom for a hypothetical good have put the U.S. on the path of becoming Rome.
Thank you for speaking out with outrage. Please urge your listeners to act.