It’s All About Speed and Broadband, Not TV

Whether they like it or not, cable companies are fast becoming broadband-first companies. But it’s not by choice that they are embracing over-the-top video, starting their own web video offerings or finally coming around to the idea of cord-cutting. “It’s totally, totally shifted to Netflix,” Charlie Ergen, the CEO of Dish Network, recently told The New York Times. … Continue reading It’s All About Speed and Broadband, Not TV

What I am reading today

Google Reader apocalypse extremely f***ing nigh. [jwz] The ongoing story – Twitter and writing. [The New Yorker] Mapping the people left behind by the knowledge economy. [The Atlantic Cities] A real coffee snob responds to FoodRepublic’s 13 signs you’re a coffee snob. [Sprudge] My startup has 30 days to live. Our broadband is getting faster, … Continue reading What I am reading today