Hallow's Eve Reads
I'll be on the East Side of 7th Avenue for the annual Halloween parade in downtown NYC...Hit me up on the cell if you're looking to oggle with someone.
In the meantime, here are a few reads that I enjoyed over the past 24...
Here's a great article by Richard Siklos in yesterday's New York Times. In 'What We Have Here Is a Failure to Communicate', he touches upon the clashes between business and public wi-fi. Some of the statements from Comcast were stunning...Comcast CEO says that "Wireless Philadelphia has vast technical complexities that the city has not yet grasped."
Along with his criticism that there is much call for people to sit in city parks with their laptops because hot spots already exist for those that need access away from home, it makes me wonder if he really grasps Wi-Fi?
Seth Davis from SI.com on the Tar Heels...I know that everyone is expecting big-man prospect, Tyler Hansborough, to step-up and be the man. But I think it's going to be more about the team aspect with this class. I see the heralded freshmen class stepping up as a whole.
Marguerite Reardon of CNET broaches the 'Future of TV' subject. There are hundreds of channels, which has been nothing less than incredible for increasing our media consumption choices, but the question is how are we going to be able to access our information...Will the big media conglomerates let us?...Video iTunes is a ways away, but there are options. Check out this read.
Retro Weekend - The 49ers unis brought me back to 78-79...Not the '80s...Their play is making me think back to when O.J. was saying 'farewell'...Now that was a brutal time in Candlestick...Despite the W, the Niners are digging lower.
Miami with the "George Mora" retro...Like the hurricane flag logo. Yet, if they can postpone a game, they can delay a retro game...C'mon, wrong game to debut a hurricane warning flag as your old-school logo. Your MBA school should be pumping out more saavy sports-marketing talent that that...Right?