about the purpose and value of Google TV and other platforms, like Boxee, that bring open web technology to the TV.
Sull comments more on Hulu on his own blog: The audience would be directed to the proper Channels/Shows. On the web, obviously these would be domains/sites. On new interfaces built specifically for TV (i.e. GoogleTV, AppleTV, Roku etc) the concept of domains/sites does not exist and instead you just have a GUI to navigate and […]
sull think Hulu is built on a shaky foundation: hulu was born to divert attention (and content) away from google/youtube and provide a legitimate online destination for high quality tv content. hulu.com did this perfectly. the UI was clean, commercial integration was elegant and the branding was top notch. the catalog was good but not […]
Hulu Plus makes its way to Sony Dash | The Digital Home – CNET News. Sony Dash is a whitelabel / OEM version of Chumby, which make it an incredibly unlikely target for such a high profile release.
Uh, James Wheare’s xspfy.com (spiffy) will “Convert XSPF to JSON”, including JSONP output, and has the special benefit of a liberal parser which is able to “Shrug off invalid XML with aplomb and grace.” And I’m pretty sure I knew about it when James put it out there about a year ago, which goes to […]