This week, the crew tackles Chris Anderson & Michael Wolff’s incendiary piece in Wired, “The Web Is Dead. Long Live the Internet“. We also discuss Facebook’s new Places geolocation feature, AT&T’s take on Google/Verizon’s Net Neutrality proposal, a recent poll that shows a third of AT&T’s users would switch to Verizon if the iPhone were available there, Hulu’s potential IPO listing, Sony Ericsson’s upcoming new PSP-like Android phone, Twitter’s new “followed by” lists, advertisers’ frustration with Apple’s tight control of iAds, and…do iPhone users have more sex?
- The Web Is Dead. Long Live the Internet
- Is the web really dead?
- The Tragic Death of Practically Everything
- Facebook Places Location-Based Service Review
- No Shock: AT&T Backs Different Rules for Wireless in Net Neutrality
- 1 in 3 AT&T iPhone customers will ditch for Verizon variant
- Hulu Is Said to Be Ready for an I.P.O.
- Hulu Is Not Ready To Go Public
- Sony Ericsson to introduce Android 3.0 gaming platform and PSP Go-like smartphone
- New Features from Twitter Just Appeared: TLists & Also Followed By
- Steve Jobs Seizes Control of Advertisements, Don Draper Style
- iPhone users have more sex