Some Sunday morning reading to share.
I've been very busy this week, but I'm enjoying catching up on the Davos coverage from Robert Scoble and Michael Arrington. I wonder if anything substantive ever comes out of conferences like this, except for the participants?
Bill Gates' talk at Davos on a New Approach to Capitalism in the 21st Century is good reading and good viewing. Of course I always look at thoughts like this with the old axiom in mind, "the length of the journey depends on how much you want to make it."
The NY Times looks at gadgets that listen and obey. I still think this is far off from mass adoption.
Jonathan Sidener in the SanDiego Union-Tribune looks at how cell phones are transforming everything. I'm not sure they've mastered multi-tasking as he claims, but they might be on their way.
Amazon looks like it is serious about taking on Apple. They are going worldwide with the DRM Free model. Pressure point? I think so.
I, Cringely on Moore's Law, chips, and heat.
Steve Laser pens a controversial piece saying the HTC Advantage is the ultimate UMPC.
Caroline Kennedy endorses Barack Obama. Will that matter to anyone?
The sky is falling! Actually, not the sky, but a dead spy satellite will be crashing on the planet sometime soon. Gravity always wins.
The artwork accompanying this weekend's Sunday Morning Reading is from Chris Harrison's Visualizing the Bible.