Even in our time-shifted, portable entertainment-craving society, podcasts have not made much headway. Has the public lost interest because of any one reason? Has iTunes helped or hurt the podcasting community. Where’s Google in all of this?
100%. That’s how many of my comments have been censored by local Lexington TV Stations, dropping any credibility for a real attempt to build a community online. I wonder….If you have something “thoughtful” to say, perhaps not jibing with the bible-beltish, hyper-conservative viewpoints, would it ever be published? From what I can tell, the only […]
Here’s my top stories of 2007 round-up of stories that continued to make working on the web an interesting experience. See what you think, and add your own ideas!
The consumer electronics store will run store-closing sales during the holidays to get rid of inventory. It’s too bad, too, because Lexington needs a large computer store, and I hope someone will come in their place.
Kentucky News: Nicholasville, a part of the Lexington KY Metro Service Area, is now covered with 3G technology from Verizon.
It was nice to hear people excited about what’s happening at WiMax World Week in Chicago, which had attendance has almost doubled. WiMax (802.16) is a technology that works a lot like Wi-Fi Wireless Networks but has much greater range. It sounds like spectrum and backhaul issues are getting solved and that many of us will be WiMaxing at 4Mbit/sec before 2009.