Some Sunday morning reading to share.
Charlton Heston passed away. No doubt he was a great and no doubt in his later years he became a political lightening rod. Remembered for Moses, El Cid, Ben Hur, Planet of the Apes, and many others, my favorite Heston role was in the relatively small supporting role of the Player King in Kenneth Branagh's Hamlet. Summed up so much.
The tech world is falling over itself because the Moses of tech journalism, Walt Mossberg, says there will be a 3G iPhone in 60 days. As I recall both Jobs and the AT&T honcho have earlier both said that will happen this year. And June does make sense. With the news that iPhones are out of stock in Apple Stores, I don't know why anyone is surprised by this supposed confirmation.
A superfast Internet coming soon? Not until they can figure out how to slow it down, throttle it back, and make money from it.
The US is starting to tout its plan to hit back against Cyber attacks. Why do I think we'll lose this one?
Lloyds of London might have to cut back premiums because of a lack of natural disasters recently. It sucks when your business model is betting on disaster sometimes.
Mate Ian Dixon has put some of his music on line. Some good stuff there, Ian.