The New Republic on Kerry: “To Kerry supporters who argue otherwise, is it really necessary to point out that Abraham Lincoln and Franklin Roosevelt never saw combat before going on to become America’s greatest wartime strategists? Or that the very men who dispatched Kerry to Vietnam were themselves decorated veterans? To be sure, politicians who… Continue reading
Month: July 2004
Real Harmony and Apple’s dilemma: “Apple may yet decide to challenge Harmony in court, but it should carefully think through the consequences: Harmony may actually prove beneficial to Apple and the industry as a whole.” Article here.
“The recent Markman Order may be the first step towards invalidating some of Acacia’s DMT patent claims, but the case still has a long way to go.” Acacia’s lawsuit strategy on streaming media may not be as sound as it thought.
Latest Publisher’s Lunch on why science fiction books are hard to film: “It took almost 44 years to bring Isaac Asimov’s I, ROBOT to the screen and “the story bears little resemblance to Asimov’s work,” so the LA Times looks at how “Hollywood loves science fiction movies, but it’s seriously conflicted about science fiction books.”… Continue reading
How the iPod is undermining Microsoft…