The King’s Clothes: He’s Naked, and So is the Artist!

In an article I read in the New York Times this morning, Streaming Shakes Up Music Industry’s Model for Royalties: As Music Streaming Grows, Royalties Slow to a Trickle, it’s not hard to see what needs to be done to help the starving artist into extinction, and the phat artist get a bit leaner.  Lawsuits?  No! […]

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EMC’s Documentum Competition for Google Docs in the SaaS space?

I was just curious if we would see the positioning of EMC’s Documentum as Software as a Service to compete with the likes of Google Docs, or will we see them continue to position for the Enterprise level private cloud model?  It would be great to hear your thoughts.  The Document Management Suite was an […]

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Reaping the Dividends of not produced Advertisements, Television, and Movie Scripts

In an article from the New York Times, Dickens, Austen and Twain, Through a Digital Lens, they discussed may forms of Big Data analysis, including the popular studies from Google’s Book scanning project, which according to the article scanned 20 million books, and the site is used 50 times a minute.  Other studies sited in the […]

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E-Commerce Platform Maturity: Reviews, and MP3 Cloud Players

I have read a few complaints on line regarding book reviews, specifically, it seems most  E-Commerce platforms have given the user carte blanche on entering the rating products, i.e. they have the ability to rate any product, without proof the’ve read / used the product.  This approach does encourage the user to have a user friendly […]

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Get the party started: Accessory diffracts a laser to the rhythm of smartphone music

I searched and search, and could not find a simple laser pointer that connects to an Android or iPhone port, has diffractive elements which spread the beam(s), and bounce to the music.  It seems fairly straight forward, it’s like the iTunes Visualizer but a projected, diffracted laser that connects to your Android or iPhone.  A […]

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2013 CES Highlight: I now have one less use for my wife, thanks i-Massager

I was just reviewing some of the photos from the 2013 Computer Electronics Show, and showed her this i-Massager image.  I told her you’d probably have one less use for me if you had this device.  She looked at the device, and said, oh, that looks, nice.  Then she asked if it could be used […]

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CES Highlights: Artist? Buy My Card. NFC Business Card Storage for Music, Movies

Here is an Entertainment Industry Game Changer from Art, Books, Music, and Movies At the show, I was talking to someone about a concept car coming out of Korea, and I happen to hear about this interesting Near Field Communications (NFC) Music Card that not only can store a song, or album of music, but […]

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