These devices suffer from a glass ceiling. A 2.5- to 3-inch LCD is too small to easily deliver a good user interface.
I'm not sure there ever is an ideal time to launch a new magazine. You can build a great magazine and a marketplace will build around it.
People often say, 'We'd like to do something in The New Yorker that's never been done before,' but we have high standards. There are some ads we don't accept if they break the format of the magazine.
This is not a loan you would want to get for the short term. If you don't hold this loan for five or 10 years you're going to pay a lot of money for it.
Semiconductor manufacturers have to predict the market. They have to think like their customers and take their own read on consumer interest.
It's a good policy, we support that. But people must be given access to the water and that means the structures must go further and longer into the water.
It's like trying to time the stock market; it doesn't work. The fact that the ad market is up or down so many points doesn't matter to us. There's always room in every (magazine) category for a fresh and unique take.
There's probably only a handful of companies we could imagine doing something like this with and Target is at the very top of the list.
Scary is a good word for it. There are a lot of chip companies trying to find their identity and hoping to bubble to the surface and be the leader in something.