Heh. I’ll call your bluff, Craig. I’m really bummed about the XML problem. I complained vocally when Radiohead and Sigur Ros disappeared from the store. But I won’t be crying about the shutting down of sharing beyond local subnets in iTunes 4.0.1. Why? Because the reality is that despite all the Brave New World stuff, [...]
Um, or something. Maybe that should read “Craig gets linked by Boing-Boing, the online directory of things wonderful, for his post showing a new t-shirt at ThinkGeek; his server melts and falls into the ocean from all the resulting traffic.” Nah, I like the first version better.
Over the weekend, Dave wrote an amazing pair of essays around the topic of who will pay for software: I pay $1 to ride the subway downtown. It costs $300 to fly to NY and back (two hours in the air). A cab ride to the airport — $40. My monthly rent is in the [...]