Apple’s iPod continues to change the way we live, work and learn.
When technology misses the mark…it can hurt
I.B.M. is developing a new search technology that will extract the underlying meaning from stored material no matter how it is structured.
You can review CSS styles on your iPod!
Real used to be king in audio (and charged a lot for that service) but now that the EC has blocked Microsoft….it looks like Apple’s iTunes and iPod are in a better position to advance multiplatform, open standards.
If you have an iPod, microphone and internet — you can make broadcasting personal.
GM is taking a shot at corporate blogs..specifically for it’s V-8 engine.
The CSS Working Group has released an updated Working Draft of the CSS3 Speech Module. The Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) language is used to render structured documents like HTML and XML on screen, on paper and in speech.
The MPEG-4 standards continues to extend its reach.
“We want to make it even easier for people to find and view rich media content on the internet” — Yahoo
Saab is moving forward with plans to make it the second manufacturer following BMW to integrate iPods for their customers.
The Dallas Morning news has stated that bloggers can be sued for libel. Some have reported that the fact that a newspaper threatens legal action is interesting on two fronts:
1. They probably didn’t know what a blog was last year.
2. The Dallas Morning News does not understand the internet. They DO NOT permit links beyond their homepage:
“Links to, and frames of, the Site. If you operate a Web site and wish to link to this Site, you may link only to the home page of the Site and not to any other page or subdomain of us.”
Again, The Dallas Morning News does not understand the internet.