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Username: ccheath

Name: Chris Heath

Joined: 23 Nov 2008

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Cadillac Owners Forums member N*Caddy drives around the US (counter-clockwise) - a bunch of photos, and he's already a week into the trip!

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Very good speculation on the future of the PC market and the end of the PC revolution.

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[the following is and edited version of Matt Cutts' comment] I feel like I've got a solid blog post in me, but as a private/personal citizen, not as a Googler. There's a reason that I've done about 7,400 tweets over the years but zero Facebook status updates over the years. But I know that even if I post on my personal blog, even if I put a big "this is my personal take, and it has nothing to do with Google" disclaimer, it will get twisted into a "Google vs. Facebook" post. As it is, it's already turned into more of that than is productive.

So I'm leaning toward staying quiet, and hoping that Chris Dixon, Kevin Marks, Jeff Jarvis, Marshall Kirkpatrick, Dave Winer, Gina Trapani, Cory Doctorow, Leo Laporte, Andy Baio, Om Malik, Louis Gray, Anil Dash, Matt Haughey, Clay Shirky, Tim O'Reilly or similar independent voices weigh in with their take. :)

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It's happening! Musicians are psyched about this iPad app! (5-minute demo)

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Most of its money still comes from selling computers, iPhones, iPods and iPads. But with its move into advertising, the spike in revenue from selling iPhone aps (four billion downloads and counting), as well as its move to take a percentage of book and other content sales on the iPad have NEW MEDIA COMPANY written all over them. It is moving to build the self-perpetuating effects that come with such a platform with astonishing speed.

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Proponents of Adobe Flash insist that Apple’s iPhone 4.0 restrictions amount to “restraint of trade,” that the company’s Flash platform covers the fast majority of computers, that Adobe doesn’t need Apple and could bury it by cutting off its apps for the Mac in retaliation, that Apple really owes Adobe a hand, and that by not offering Flash, Apple is violating a universal doctrine demanding Choice. They’re wrong, here’s why.

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I'm sure that our usual copyright system defenders will pop up quickly in the comments to dismiss this as ridiculous, but it's a really strong point. The basic nature of the notice-and-takedown -- even if done by private firms -- appears to be in direct violation of the First Amendment. The fact that the DMCA effectively requires companies to take this step in order to protect themselves from liability via the DMCA's safe harbors, means that even though it's a private company doing this, they are compelled to do so by the government. It does make you wonder if a compelling First Amendment case could be made around this particular issue.

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brett taylor (of friendfeed) added this to ff via google reader, but then deleted it (??) aparently

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