There is a place for commercial community stations. It's viable to support a small local radio station with commercials, and not too bad to listen to, since, at least the content is local.
National commercial radio is rubbish though.
What about WinMobile?
It's carrying on the portable tradition. Maybe 'Windows' laptops could start running WinMobile...
In this ZDNet interview with Scott Charney, head of trustworthy computing at Microsoft, admitted this week that Windows Vista's User Account Control prompts are not intuitive and confuse users.
Interestingly, during the interview, Scott mentions the goal of providing users with TUX, or trusted user experience.
This article in the New York Times finds a strong link between drinking diet soda and being fat.
I'll certainly be laying off the Diet Dr Pepper.
This seems to be a trend that I missed. Where did all these image editors suddenly come from?