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Web advertising is not like ye olde print and TV advertising. Through the Web and your mobile devices, advertisers can build rich and incisive profiles of who you are and exactly what you want. I discuss this trend with Irina Slutsky of Ad Age and Sam Whitmore of Media Survey.
At the Sand Hill Group's Software 2005 conference in Santa Clara, Calif., Cape Horn Strategies President Brian Turchin asks chief executives Jim Cashman (ANSYS), Mike Greenough (SSA Global), Amnon Landan (Mercury) and Bernard Liautaud (Business Objects) to give their thoughts on building a business capable of sustaining long periods of growth and profitability.
Boston's most notorious returns, enlisting QStrange in unleashing evil upon the masses.
The earliest computer, and a still-impressively early computer.
Boxee, an all-in-one media center for your PC, is slowly gaining momentum as a go-to source for all of your videos, photos, and music. This week, the company has signed up Netflix so users can seamlessly stream movies on their computer by using their TV remotes. On this Daily Debrief, CNET's Kara Tsuboi and Josh Lowensohn discuss why Boxee has the right ingredients to be a game-changer in how we watch our media.
This movie is based upon the popular animated spy TV show of the same title, created by Peter Chung, which aired on MTV in the early 1990s. In the 25th century, a rampaging virus has forced the remnants of humanity into the seclusion of a final city. There is great political conflict within, however, and this is the story of an acrobatic assassin, Aeon Flux (Theron), whose latest target is the government's top leader.
Directed by Melissa Olson, the first ever official music video from Boards of Canada is truly a thing of beauty. Suspended on the edge of space in a balloon, an astronaut looks down at the beautiful planet earth and prepares to dive in. Leaping from the balloon, he floats down through the earth's atmosphere, dense cloud cover and into the ocean. The daredevil voyager emerges from the chaos of the sea on a surf board, riding a huge wave to the shore. Using reassembled documentary footage, the video to "Dayvan Cowboy" translates the power and atmosphere of Boards Of Canada's music into a dreamlike, imaginary journey from space, into the sea and to the shore, in one continuous sequence.
Mass Effect gets new endings, Google computers love cat videos, and Orbitz steers Mac users to pricier rooms.
CEO Kevin Lenane talks about Veenome's amazing product for identifying video and the endless possibilities for tagging, recommending and selling the products that you see.