Edgar Bronfman Jr., who perfected the art of making a small fortune out of a big fortune, is playing the techno-visionary and predicting IPod is going to be pummeled by cellphone. Sure, the networks are here, they are almost free, and downloading music is a breeze wirelessly. Dude, just a word of advice: stick to being a playboy. That’s where daddy’s dollars are put to good use. Leave technology, and hits to people who know how to make them. And when you forget it all, well remember you are the guy who overpaid for Vivendi. A french water works company. And as a reality check: Seagrams’ baby!
2 thoughts on “Borf, Barf”
Bronfman isn’t the only one. Your cell phone IS a better place for IPod functionality to exist. Really the only question is whether or not Apple will turn the IPod into a cell phone or be crushed…
I agree but it is an idea which is being hyped way before time. i have been using a nokia 6620 and it has a music player but it will cost me about $250 to get the right amount of memory to basically have enough songs that i can listen to during the course of the day. ipod is simple …. read my column this month. that is why it is selling