Nicely put! @dberkowitz: ‘My biggest pet peeve about content is when it’s called “content.” It’s like calling it “a noun,” or “stuff.” Dismissing content as “content” is the surest way to devalue it.’
2/2: In a world of almost unlimited choice, the reader is king, says Nizenholtz (@martin123).
Smartphones and tablets this year will draw more money from advertisers than the centuries-old newspaper … or radio. #mediatech
It seems absurd to me that adding another hop via a VPN actually improves streaming speed.
A real blog, [Dave Winer] said, is one that reflects one voice, is essentially unedited and causes the writer to experience butterflies of anxiety as he hits the publish button.
A blog [includes]: embedded content, reverse-chronological order, curation of other source material and a personal or conversational tone.
But I’d be plenty happy with a new TV and car that came with nothing more than a screen and bluetooth, airplay, and chromecast built in. No wires, no UI, just a screen and connectivity.