Yeah, I'm calling it. I think Apple (and others) are about to send Cable TV and Tivo a clear message...
Web 2.0 Explorer
In yesterday's interview, I was asked about Web 2.0 apps versus desktop applications.
We've wanted a Wii since before Xmas. The problem of course is locating them.
At Macworld 2006 I found a little gem of a program, MemoryMiner, hidden away in a back corner of the showroom floor. After watching the demo, I thought it was one of the more unique applications I had seen in a long time.
One of the best features of a Web 2.0 world is the sheer volume of variety and choice made available to us.
Three years ago I let go of one of the last vestiges of the wired world by cutting the land-line phone and moving to wireless. The problem with this has popped up in a number of unlikely places.
On January 26th of 2004, I wrote a blog entry about Microsoft entering, or not entering the online music business, entitled Microsoft's Attention Deficit Disorder & The Music Industry. Those being the "golden days" of the online music business, it was a naive, more gentle time.
Well, dear readers, we've seen another Steve Jobs Keynote come and go, and while I was excited about the iPhone announcement, I still felt a little disappointment that we heard nothing about the stagnate red-headed stepchild of Apple...dot Mac.
I'm thouroughly excited about the future for the first time since...maybe last week.
My name is Alan Graham and I'll be taking over this area of the blogosphere from the previous tenant, the excellent Richard MacManus.