Odd I assumed that he was already dead!Â BBC NEWS | World | Americas | US daredevil Evel Knievel diesI had a Evel Knievel toy as a small boy. It has a doll, a bike, a ramp but, strangely, no buses.
So theÂ KindleÂ has been out a couple of weeks and it’s already a failure.Â Â Scoble has a long list of things that he wants to change on his blog;Â Dear Jeff Bezos (one-week Kindle review) Â« Scobleizer â€” Tech geek blogger.And even Slate has had a go;Â Can Amazon save the e-book? – By Harry McCracken – Slate MagazineÂ Before I go any further I need to point out that Scble’s idea of a social network is madness. Until everyone has one of these things, what is the point? It would just point out to everyone what a small market share of reading they have. This was the same issue that the Zune sharing functions have.However, there is a bigger issue here. All these reviews are from people that are interested in the technology not books. The EVDO functionality is magic to the average user, they can buy a book anywhere at anytime and they never sign a service contract. That is a real innovation, an innovation more important than the size of the Previous Page button!Roll on version two.Â
I think that I saw this when I was about twelve, it had the same effect that War Games had a few years later. All I wanted in life was a computer!!! Neither I or my ZX Spectrum every achieved world domination.
All about Microsoft explains what’ll be in Messenger 9…
Does anyone use all of these functions? My Live Messenger is horribly slow as it loads tab and tabs of adverts and contains an enormous number of functions that I don’t use.
What Mr Munster doesn’t explain is why this draw exists.Â I have a theory; look at the window of the Apple store…
Now lets compare that to the window of the Fnac computer store near my home…
Can’t imagine why people are drawn to an Apple store!
Valleywag spends a lot of time writing about people I don’t know but you have to read it to understand Winer, Scoble and the other A-listers when they get into fights with him.
The complaint that OLPC has forced Intel and others to produce cheaper PCs for the developing world doesn’t make sense. If the developing world is flooded is cheap computers. Fine! That’s a success.
If my experience of Africa is anything to go by; support is a non-issue as well. How does Mr Wag think that mobile phones are maintained inÂ Sudan?
Roger Godsiff jumps off the deep end and uses his powers as a UK MP to vent his views on the England football team and English football in general.
Personally I think that it is wonderful but then I do enjoy a good rant.