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At A Loss

The Levi’s Phone. YouTube on mobile devices. YouTube on AppleTV.

I don’t get any of this. A jeans company making a cell phone is just as useless as being able to view some random, grainy, came-from-a-VHS-tape 1982 Knight Rider episode on a 50″ TV or a 2.5″ phone. If YouTube had some regular content that wasn’t under constant threat of being pulled by copyright lawyers, it’d be a step in the right direction, but… I don’t know. I don’t get it.

Maybe people want to watch the Star Wars kid redux thrice over on the go and I’m missing it?

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What is “digital pity” exactly? It’s a place that will host commentary for statements like this: “There are several people who have asked me about how Linux compares to Longhorn. I have decided to answer those questions here.”

I have to pity people that can make sweeping declarations for technology that is yet available – and probably won’t be for at least 18-24 months or more – because it defies all logic.
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