Introducing, NewTeeVee

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  2. i am not sure Jeff should get full credit for the exploding tv line. i think i uttered it at one of the brown bag lunches in our office in late 2004 that jeff attended.

    but really who cares about that stuff 🙂

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  4. I’ll echo the “good luck” wishes.

    If I could be so bold…what would be really profound is if you brought your understanding of the infrastructure pieces to this video party. Why? I’ll tell you a quick story…

    On 60 minutes this past Sunday there was that interview with NetFlix CEO Reed Hastings. A big part of it was the clear disruptor of digital downloading on NetFlix’ business and threat it poses.

    NO discussion of the “clogging of the pipes.” NONE about the major increase in HD quality — and subsequent file sizes — that even a Bittorrent scheme is challenged to handle. I’m not an internet architect nor have access to big thinkers to really (and closely) examine this problem…but I’ll bet NetFlix will still be able to efficiently deliver BluRay or whatever format discs prevail more efficiently than the mail for quite some time.

    There isn’t a voice of realism in the marketplace. You could be that voice.

  5. If NeeTeeVee, Newt, sorry, NewTeeVee, is devoted to online video, can we expect to have some vloggish features too? It would come as natural to have video spots, e.g. this very piece of news in a video format too. Just an idea. Liz?

  6. Om

    Nice to see you guys on board at last 🙂

    At Broadsight we consult in this area, call it all “MyPCTV”, and blog on all this stuff on broadstuff.com here

    But to your point, yes…the tectonic plates are shifting, good piece in the Financial Times today by John Kay is also worth reading.

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