There is no one left.

DVDs are going to push them out of the way. And even DVDs themselves, I think are on their way to being eclipsed by even fancier DVDs.

People have experience with the real world. For most people, the Internet feels insubstantial.

I don't know [that] they're going to get it cheaper than free. The post office is not the place to look to for the next greatest thing on the Internet.

The Internet is a great public medium for exchanging information. But if you have information that you don't want to exchange, it's not a good idea to put it out there.

Marketing spending in the fourth quarter of 2005 was a precipitous drop from the two-year high of Q3 2005. Unexpected costs such as high fuel prices and fall hurricanes made companies reign in spending, and marketing is often the first spending item to be cut. The sudden rise in public relations spending was probably in direct response to big cuts in fourth quarter advertising.

It's a high-stakes game, and you can lose those bets.

If you're going to put information like that on the Web, you'll want to see if the service provides encryption where only you have the key. If they don't provide that level of protection, don't use them.

It's about not having to run wires into every room. It's about being able to bring in a little device that you attach to your phone line that basically takes your Internet access and makes it available to every room in your house without wires.