No theme this week. Just Sunday morning reading to share.
Twitter is up and Twitter may already have peaked depending on who you read. I don’t think it will go to the dogs, because folks are now Twittering (is that the next verb?) about their cats. Mashable has a take on that. I got this from, yep, you guessed it-Scoble on Twitter. Twitter here.
Starbucks is starting their own music label? Will that double latte come with or without DRM?
Where American Theatre began. They’ve been excavating and restoring a 1760 playhouse in Williamsburg, VA. This week it is the site for an international conference on the origins of American commercial theatre. Nice bit of theatre history there that I’ll have to visit. Did you know there were multiple theatres in colonial Williamsburg? Did you also know that Virginia was the first colony to ban theatrical performance after a play ticked off the powers that be? Via The New York Times.
Microsoft’s OneCare is deleting users pst files from Outlook? Looks like a patch is coming out on Tuesday.
Confessions of a former Sprint sales rep from the Consumerist. More than you want to know, that you always suspected.
Grisley and gruesome. There was a body parts scandal at UCLA? Looks like a stupid criminal story as well.