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- Unions announce BBC strike dates “BBC staff are to strike for 24 hours on 23 May and 48 hours on 31 May and 1 June in a row over job cuts”
- I, Cringely on the Inflection Point – “So Apple takes over video and movies while Yahoo threatens with a low-priced music subscription service and Google threatens to take control of, well, everything.” Interesting article – but I wonder about Microsoft and Apple directly competing in the home entertainment appliance market. It still seems plausible to me that might happen.
- After Hours Drinks Company Will deliver booze to your door in London at any time between 11pm and 7am. For those of you who drink…
- Podcast support in next version of iTunes “He was slightly dismissive of populist podcasting, describing it as Wayne’s World for radio and celebrating the arrival of professional radio stations into the market…”
- Wormhole ‘no use’ for time travel (says the BBC) “For budding time travellers, the future (or should that be the past?) is starting to look bleak.”
- Resume normal service, says The Guardian “It is difficult not to have mixed feelings about today’s strike at the BBC”
- First I was B-list, but they realised their error pretty quickly when I told them dirty stories about Anil Dash I mean I won a bloody lifetime achievement award already. It’s only fair. Right? Right?
- Channel 4 documentary lifts lid on Labour PR machine “Undercover in New Labour, a documentary to be broadcast on Monday, includes footage shot by Jenny Kleeman, a reporter who volunteered to work on the party’s election campaign and ended up being drafted in to work at its national PR headquarters”