Microsoft Zune will not only not play songs from other sources – even if those sources, such as Napster are approved by Microsoft – but it will also strip away Creative Commons licenses and apply its own DRM to all the files you try to put on the device.
The new site Go2Web20.net is way more fun than it really, objectively should be.
Speaking of Web2.0, Fast Company has a story and slideshow on the unique jobs that phrase has created.
With all the new and expanding entries into the area, it turns out video delivered over the Internet could actually turn out to be a viable foundation for a business. I know that’s surprising to a lot of people but it might be true.
Every wonder what the 25 worst websites actually were? PC World weighs in with its opinion.
Keith O’Brien has a must-read list of 10 ways magazines can save themselves from, well, themselves.
Warner Bros. has signed a deal with YouTube that frees users to create videos using music from the label. The catch is that when YouTube detects a copyrighted song being used it forwards the video to WB for review.