The first two tracks off Jadea Kelly’s upcoming release have been posted to her MySpace profile and I’m on violin – check it out!
Mike Ho from Techdirt provides his take on the “glorious future” of video players, sentiments with which I can strongly empathize: With each new offering, it seems like viewers need a separate and proprietary piece of video playing software which is obviously aimed at enhancing the viewing experience for the […]
Since the Songwriters Association of Canada (SAC) proposed to legalize file sharing, many Canadian groups have responded, both positively and negatively. The Canadian Music Creators Coalition called it a “forward thinking approach” that ought to be discussed, while foreign corporations’ Canadian representatives (such as the Canadian Recording Industry Assocation) slammed […]
Apple’s announcement that they will begin renting films via iTunes seems to me like a small step “ahead” for a struggling service, rather than anything indicative of what true success will be like in the merging area of computers/televisions. Mike Masnick from Techdirt put it best: Rentals make sense for […]
The Standards Blog lists several articles covering this story, but here’s the basic summary. The service pack was released for Microsoft Office 2003 to make it easily to interoperate with Windows Vista and to read Microsoft’s new (troubled and broken) OOXML format that is the default in Office 2007. The […]