Jeff Jarvis says: “Creators don’t need protection from copying. That’s futile. Copying can’t be stopped. Thus copying is no longer a way to exploit the value of creation.” (Full story here: Copyright or creators’ rights?).
Broadcast Engineering celebrates the quality of NBC’s 2012 Olympic coverage, extolling the technical setup and the quantity of material provided across various platforms and channels http://broadcastengineering.com/hdtv/better-faster-stronger?page=1 Obviously the technology was used in an optimal manner. […]
Il Corriere della Sera L’annuncio di Costa (Mondadori): “Venderemo il reader Kobo in Italia” E un’evoluzione naturale, l’e-book non rimpiazzerà il libro od il giornale cartaceo, ma prenderà una fetta importante del mercato, ciò che […]
Financial Times: BBC to expand in paid digital video fray BBC Director General Mark Thompson on the offering: “The BBC’s iPlayer is the most successful and most intensively used catch-up service in the world but […]
Jason D. O’Grady on ZD Net: Publishers to use digital textbooks to kill resale market discusses the forthcoming education announcement by Apple, expected to cover etextbooks. My take: 1. Self-publishing is taking off, whether on paper or in ebook […]