Puzzled. Please explain to me why I would want to pay for content that’s crippled, and provide bandwidth for other people who want that content, and go through a lousy download experience, and I can’t even start playing until it downloaded in full? Next to the fun and instant gratification of YouTube, BitTorrent is life sentence with hard labor. Obviously worth it if you’re getting the content for free. But how do you make people pay for this?
Wise words. Once more, I turn the mic to Pete Lacey: ” Maybe you donâ€™t work for or with a Global 2000 company, so Iâ€™ll let you in on a little secret: They Canâ€™t Hear You! … The second is because business-oriented technologist refuse to beleive that simple solutions apply to their problem set. … Certainly no technology thatâ€™s been sitting under their noses for the last ten years can ever handle the needs that enterprises have!” Excellent read, and sadly based on a true story.
“This is the biggest launch in our company’s history. That’s for sure.” I’ll give Ballmer credit for that. But if I was invested in Microsoft, I would expect something tangile, like, “this is the biggest money maker in our company’s history”. But I guess if you don’t have any good news to tell …
XML explained in 15 seconds or less. I already feel more knowledgable.