Giant Digital Clock and CD Holder

Giant Digital Clock and CD Holder

For people with a clock fetish and lots of CDs

The time of day shouts at you from the edges of this Giant Digital Clock/CD holder. It’s a designer’s nod to the ‘80s when things like digital clocks and CDs were so fresh and new. If this not-really-giant 29×14-inch model is somehow too big for you, you can also get a 9-inch-wide mini-version to hold your mini-CDs.

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Study: Video Will Soon Consume One-Third of Each Day

Video Will Soon Consume One-Third of Each Day

Pretty soon TV watching will become so all-consuming that we’ll have to do it in our sleep

US Internet users ages 12 and older surveyed in June 2008 spent 6.1 hours daily with video-based entertainment, according to Solutions Research Group’s “Multiplatform Video Report.” They concluded that about four hours per day were spent on traditional television, including live, digital video recorder (DVR) and video-on-demand (VOD) viewing. Video games, Web and PC video, DVDs and video on mobile devices accounted for the balance of video entertainment hours.

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‘Digital Piracy’ May Benefit Companies

‘Digital Piracy’ May Benefit Companies

In her talk at the Annual Conference of the Royal Economic Society, Oxford economist Karen Croxson suggests that piracy does not necessarily undermine profit as pirates may actually help to promote the product they steal. 

Ms Croxson said: ‘Digital piracy has been claimed to endanger whole industries. A natural question to ask is: Why do some companies develop water-tight technology to safeguard their intellectual property when others appear more relaxed about copying?’


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