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Aereo Case Will Shape TV’s Future - NYTimes.com
Aereo was conceived in the belief that because the consumer is the one who is pushing the button to watch live or recorded programming, that transaction is one-to-one and not a public performance. That the DVR is in the cloud and the antenna is remote is, in Aereo’s view, beside the point. In its arguments, Aereo embraces both the past (consumers have been using VCRs and then DVRs to record programming for decades) and the future (everything from Dropbox to Google Drive lets the consumer store what he wishes without any liability on the provider’s part).

Speaking on the phone on Thursday, Mr. Kanojia said he liked his facts but had no idea how things would play out.

“It’s a bit of a coin flip,” he said.

A lot of people will be watching to see how that coin lands, less because of what it means for Aereo specifically than what it portends for the broader media ecosystem. A decision is expected this summer.
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58 minutes ago by scritic
Valuations? – AVC
I just listened to this podcast with Marc Andreessen, Chris Dixon, and Benedict Evans. And since the post I was going to write today is now delayed until tomorrow, I will simply run the podcast as my post of the day. Lot’s of great stuff in here. via Pocket
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5 hours ago by clayhebert
HIGH TECH
How Silicon Valley entrepreneurs are rushing to cash in on cannabis.
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8 hours ago by bradbarrish
Shropshire criminals ‘using unmanned drones and infrared cameras to find illegal cannabis farms’ – and then steal from the growers - Home News - UK - The Independent
"when you break the law you enter my and my drones' world" Notion of drones belonging to an extra-judicial realm in which they work to facilitate power relations explicitly grounded in violence.
drones  society  crime  technology  surveillance 
13 hours ago by kokeshi
How to Get a Job at Google, Part 2 - NYTimes.com :: What’s your best advice for job interviews?
“The first and most important thing is to be explicit and willful in making the decisions about what you want to get out of this investment in your education.” Q: Are the liberal arts still important? They are “phenomenally important,” he said, especially when you combine them with other disciplines." What’s your best advice for job interviews? “What you want to do is say: ‘Here’s the attribute I’m going to demonstrate; here’s the story demonstrating it; here’s how that story demonstrated that attribute.’ ” And here is how it can create value. “Most people in an interview don’t make explicit their thought process behind how or why they did something and, even if they are able to come up with a compelling story, they are unable to explain their thought process.”
career  undergraduate  careerdevelopment  jobs  technology  ymba  Stanford  interview_questions  interview  interview_strategy  interview_behavioral  from delicious
14 hours ago by Vince
In praise of unfairness — Benedict Evans
"Customers don't care if a company's advantage is unfair. Investors don't care. Unfair advantages are often the best kind. They are something that flows structurally from the reason why your business is going to change everything - they flow from a technology change you are building on or a change in market dynamics or consumer behaviour that you're riding, and that your competitors cannot address. Disruption is unfair."
benedictevans  competition  technology  strategy  fairness  product 
16 hours ago by colm.mcmullan

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