Even if you’re not over 40, this retro-gaming blog is a lot of fun. As a text adventure fan and an old TRS-80 hack myself I have a lot of affection for his ongoing look at text adventures primarily on that platform, but his series on Japanese titles that mostly never made it over here wins on name alone: “Clueless Gaijin Gaming.”
"We think that Internet TV is the future," said Junlan Feng, a researcher in a neighboring booth. On flat panel TV screens there, AT&T showed how conglomerations of tweets from Twitter can be organized into new kinds of categories for display to end users and companies.
While I also think “Internet TV” is the future, I was thinking of it in the sense of “get TV on demand through your internet connection” rather than “turn your TV into a big-ass Twitter client.” But I am not an Internet visionary.