Every couple of years, Wired, the New York Times or some random tech pundit declares that blogging is dead. Most recently, the NYT said that blogging was dead because the young are switching to Twitter – as if they were interchangeable. Stats from Nielsen, though, show the number of blogs growing at a steady pace […]
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Dave Winer posted some interesting thoughts at Scripting.com today on the current state of television: I read this piece on TechCrunch last week, in which a Samsung product manager says this about Apple and their TV. “TVs are ultimately about picture quality.” Okay. That marks Samsung as one of the pigs in an Angry Birds […]
Steve Jobs’s run at Apple has been exceptional. As CEO, he took an also-ran tech company and turned it into the most valuable company in the world, introducing a lot of cool technology, along the way.
But, while the world of technology struggles to figure out what Jobs’ announcement means for the future of Apple, it’s clear that Jobs’ achievements at Apple are more than the Mac, the iMac, the iPhone or the iPad.
Back when the iPad was introduced, we asked “Where is the PageMaker of iBooks?” Tablets are fantastic new platform, with incredible potential for revolutionizing publishing. But there have not been, so far, tools that bring multimedia publishing for tablets to everyone. Wired has a post today about Push Pop Press – a new digital publishing platform […]
Publishers of The Daily – the major new new app for the Apple iPad – have published a mea culpa at their blog, admitting that their app is buggy and saying that they are working on improving it: We’ve had massive uptake since Wednesday’s launch, and with that kind of audience scale in such a short […]
Forget the statistics – you know podcasting is mainstream when the staff of NBC’s The Office start working on a podcast. In a series of shorts on the NBC site, Gabe has the idea to start an office podcast. Parts 2 & 3 below.
It looks like it will be downhill for old media from here on out - people in the US are now spending as much time using the Internet as they do watching TV. According to Forrester research, people are spending equal amounts of time online and watching TV: Generation Y has long reported spending more time […]
Edison Research has made available this year’s edition of The Current State of Podcasting, a study of American podcast consumers’ attitudes and behaviors. The 2010 report is Edison’s fifth annual study and was unveiled earlier this fall at Blogworld in Las Vegas, and combined information from the Edison Research/Arbitron Internet & Multimedia series, along with […]
YouTube has released its list of the top videos of the year – the most-watched videos of 2010, compiled based on the view counts of videos uploaded during 2010. November 2010, the most-watched YouTube videos (excluding major label music videos) were: BED INTRUDER SONG!!! (now on iTunes) TIK TOK KESHA Parody: Glitter Puke – Key […]
Video podcast network Revision3 has announced that it is taking its full line-up of more than 20 programs to the television screen. The Internet television network, which produces Tekzilla, Diggnation and other shows, is bringing its online content to multiple platforms including Google TV, Yahoo! Connected TV, Windows Media Center, AppleTV, Boxee and Roku. Revision3 has […]