Is online video the “shrimp fried rice” of television?
Sears used to sell houses…and many other things. They learned a lesson from the railroads and have survived to tell the tale.
Will the biggest players in the newspaper business survive like Sears or disappear like ghost trains?
If 3D takes off as some predict, its only a matter of time until the “jungle out there” feels like it’s in your living room.
Nutrition and news have something in common: we need to be served a balanced diet of what we like and what we need.
Paul Rule wonders if the previously rejected pay-to-read online newspaper model will work this time around. Or if it is another example of rearranging the deck chairs on the Titanic.
Billy Mays, pitchman extraordinaire, moved on before he was able to pitch the Awesome Auger as a remedy for earwax buildup.
If you think that the newspaper business is having a tough time today — read your history books.
It’s all about shelf space and being eye-level with the consumer. Even on the Web.
Woolworth’s, a symbol of simpler times in the US, has closed its UK stores, too.
Will Best Buy and other CE retailers be a best buy for consumers in 2009?