7 thoughts on “Watching Videos @ CES”

  1. Om:

    Good post. But tech guys seem to miss the forest for the trees when it comes to gadgetry. The fact is, the technology to deply IPTV has been around for a very long time. The real questions are:

    1. Will the content owners see the promise in IPTV; and

    2. Will regulators allow IPTV to compete with cable providers?

  2. Great Post!

    I agree, video-over-IP is going to grow this year. Especially for surveillance. I run a website that deals with IP Network Cameras. It is becoming very evident that consumers and corporations are starting to jump on the IP “Band Wagon.”

  3. I just got an email from Aaron at Matrix Stream. I opened it, which I normally never do, when an email is from an unknown sender.

    The email looked rather competent, HTML, with graphics, and PDF/View in HTML file attachments, no executables.

    What bothered me is it begins with “Would you be interested in bloging [sic], podcasting, etc. about Matrix Stream…” but never says what to do if you are interested, nor how much they will pay me to blog nicely but truthfully about their product.

    I Googled “Matrix Stream” and found your article here, but not much else. That is not good, either.

    I hate TV and most movies, so I am not a typical customer, though I do a lot of unpaid reviews of books, companies, software, RSS/Atom scrapers, audio editors, etc. in my blog.

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