Lesenswerte Artikel vom 6. April 2010:
- The NewTeeVee Guide to Watching Web Video on the iPad
- CSU-Innenexperte Uhl: Löschen ist keine Lösung
- iPad app pricing: A last act of insanity by delusional content companies
siehe auch iPad: Absurd hohe Abopreise für Springerapps
- The Digital Economy Bill: Thinking further about copyright
“ Can you imagine how it would be if the promoters managed to convince the Crown that a 16ft wall should be erected all around the park, just so passers-by won’t be able to catch glimpses of the concerts?In a way, that’s what music and film distributors want to do with the internet. Like Hyde Park, the internet is a commons, something that has been designed with openness and sharing in mind, something that can be enjoyed by people without detracting from the enjoyment of others.
But only if we stop people from erecting hideous walls around the commons.“
- Apple’s Strategic iParadox
„The iParadox is this: Apple should be striving to commoditize products if it wants to benefit from services (or vice versa). But it’s trying to benefit from both at once — which is, simply put, strategically self-destructive. One is the mirror image of the other.“
- Toward a New Understanding of Publishing (Part 1)
„We’re now in the midst of a second and related sea change in how publishing works: social media. We are today with social media where we where with search nearly ten years ago – at the starting blocks.“
- The commuting paradox
„I don’t commute. I work from home. And I love it. I think of it as getting an extra hour a day. Add that up over the years and it’s a huge chunk of my life that’s given back to me.“ Exakt.
- Trouble In Paradise: iPad Users Complain Of Wifi Issues
„Just one day after launch and there are already scores of complaints on the Apple support site over faulty wifi on the iPad. A typical complaint is that the iPad shows no wifi signal, or a very weak signal, where other devices pick it up just fine“
- You Are Not a Gadget: The Continuing Case Against Web 2.0
„Regardless of what you think of the resulting content – whether it’s largely unoriginal, or the best of it gets lost in noise, or aggregators make „mush“ of it – the fact that web 2.0 has democratized the publishing industry is something that should continue to be celebrated. Lanier’s book tends to dismiss this blossoming of new media as simply the product of web 2.0 „standardized designs“ – and that comes across as elitist and pompous.“
- Threadless-Gründer: „Amazon wollte uns damals kaufen“
- Apple iPad: Ist das Tablet das perfekte Medienkonsumgerät?
- Google Buzz to Users: Do You Know What You’re Doing?
- Empfehlung App: Angry Birds