Monthly Archives: February 2009

10 reasons to buy a Kindle 2… and 10 reasons not to

The dead tree book will never die – I think it will even have more longevity and popularity than the boutique appreciation of vinyl records – but our generation will be the last to use “books” as our primary reading systems. Expect ebooks to hit colleges in perhaps five years and high schools and grade schools in about 7.

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U2 will play every night for a week on Letterman

To promote their new CD No Line on the Horizon, U2 will apparently perform on Late Night, every night for an entire week in early March. Great Stuff.

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Top 10 Conan O’Brien Moments

After 16 years in New York, Late Night with Conan O’Brien is moving to L.A. TIME looks back at Conan’s most memorable characters, guests and zingers

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Marc Andreessen to Charlie Rose: ‘You Have to Kill the Print Edition’

But what will we wrap fish with?

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Compassion, hope and fun at Dana Farber

This is a great story from Boston.com.  Construction workers connecting with young cancer patients in a really big way.   Click here the details.

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Kevin and Alex scheduled for Late Night with Jimmy Fallon

Jimmy Fallon announced on his video blog that Kevin and Alex of Diggnation will be guests on Late Night the second week of his show.

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Time Warner Apologizes for Cheesy Spoiler

Here is an actual description for a 2003 film called High Tension. It’s rare you see this level of lame pun/spoiler in a description, but even more rare that you get an immediate apology. Reminds me of the voice-overs we used to write at TV stations, and sometimes the interns would write themselves into the copy.

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