we all know about the major problem of the internet: find the right information you need. so, uddi.org is going to implement a new standard (basing on xml, …) to connect webservices. the goal i see in it, is to connect different businesses togehter: why should the internet customer book his flight, his hotel, his car,…, at different companies?connect them with one standard, and he gets nice holidays just by booking the hotel. the rest will be done automatically: based on the data the user filled in when booking the hotel, a car will be rented (by choosing the cheapest one from the different connected carcompanies), the flight will be booked (by choosing from the cheapest airline) and so on. it is a very interesting technology, and when you see, which companies stand behind it, you can guess, it will be a success (maybe..;-)
what an astonishing news: t-mobile started its first umts service on thursday. as n24.de reports, nokia is going to sell the first umts handy next week.
Due to the fact, that modern anti-copy-piracy technology burns each track twice on one music cd (one to be played in your cd-rom device, and one that is not able to be copied), news.com reports, that musicicians want to get the double amount of money. Well, somehow it`s logically, but it´s even more „chilli“ into the the „discussion-soup“ about music-piracy…
Did you know that the amount of your 40 gb iPOD is of about 10.000$? Well, check it out
As news.com reports, morgan freeman is going to release his new movie same time in cinema and as a streaming in the internet. Well, in my opinion it`s the first step of a new internet evolution.
As adweek.com reports, the organization you might have heard of „moveon.org“ (which has just finished it`s „president in 30 second“ -campaign against the reelection of Mr. Bush). is going to buy the superbowl. It would be the first time that a political advocacy group would advertise in the Big Game!
As adage.com reports, alloy.com was able to make a MTV-Superstar in less than two month! I tink it`s quite astonishing, how the right marketing-mix is able to push it? Or is it rather frightening…?
Wow! To protect users against the SCO, who announces copyright to the linux-unix sourcecode, major global-players have raised a fund to pay the fees – isn´t that a good sign for the power of open source? Read it at siliconvalley.com!
As siliconvalley.com reports, HP will produce Apple`s iPOD in license. In my opinion HP is going to make a new market: the digital living-room. But maybe it`s even the beginning of a powerfull alliance: imagine HP side by side with Apple, building HP-Servers working with Mac OS X?! Quite funny…