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Stream the 2010 Winter Olympics LIVE Coverage + Replays

Four Hundred Hours of live competition coverage + 1,000 hours of full-event replays @ NBCOlympics.com.

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Waaay more live coverage than you’ll get on TV.

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Fake Steve on The Death of Television

From The Secret Diary of Steve Jobs, Fake Steve (aka Dan Lyons) rants:

But seriously, what does a broadcast network do? One part of their business is distribution. Okay, that’s gone. Another part is selling ads. Check that one off the list. So what’s left? What’s left is they’re taste-makers and they’re bankers. If you want to make a show you go pitch your idea to a bunch of assheads from the network who sit there and decide whether to loan you money. Then the same assheads watch your pilot and decide whether to make it a series. But seriously, these people are assheads! The whole Conan thing is proof enough. Yet they remain the gate-keepers. Why is this? Right now there’s only one reason and it’s because they have money. But come on. How hard is it to get money? And they’ve still got an audience. But that’s going away quickly. The whole model is going to fragment into a million tiny pieces…

Go read the whole thing. It’s funny because it’s true.

Time Warner Cable says to Replace Cable with the Internet

…and even posted a handy video to YouTube to show you how.

(via Gizmodo)

$40 Unlimited Data on 3G

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: If you can’t figure out how to provide unlimited access for a flat rate, don’t be surprised when someone else can.

Data caps are doomed.

(via Electronista)

Sorry for the lack of updates… more to come soon.

Yeah, I got a little distracted. I had a surgery, an accident, and another surgery, and I’m finally healing up.

Enough about YOU! Where’s the updates?!?!
I’ve got new hardware, new software, and plenty of new apps to review – plus a ton of industry news and gossip to fill you in on.

Thanks for all the e-mails and tweets when I was in the dark. It really helped.

It feels good to be (mostly) back and I’m looking forward to 2010 and my quest to Replace Television!