Some Sunday Morning reading to share.
Is Microsoft getting ready to use Apple's playbook on secrecy and muzzle its bloggers? Looks like they are prepping to hire a communications czar who will approve everything that gets said. I'm guessing since both Apple and Microsoft release products that have issues and problems, and Apple is more loved, someone thinks the secrecy thing will help somehow. Don't count on it. Via WinExtra.
The NY Times takes a look at Radiohead in the wake of their "Pay What You Want" release of In Rainbows album. I'm guessing the jury is still out on this move. I hope it is a positive one.
A new play by Mark Twain? Well actually a play that was never published or produced and that has been reworked by David Ives. I'm anxious to hear how this is received.
NewTeeVee has a run down on the latest attempts to re-work the copyright laws in favor of the studios. I'm guessing some Congress folk got some nice chunks of change for extra Christmas presents.
Cringely on Apple coming out with a Tablet of some sort. It is only a matter of time. Sooner would be better than later, but we'll see.
Jon Meacham in Newsweek looks at how Huckabee and Romney are falling down over themselves to keep religion front and center or in the background as Huckabee surges and Romney falls behind in the polls. Is it a new religious war? Nah, just politics as usual.