Daily Links – June 28, 2012

Each business day we post links to our favorite news items related to the digital distribution trade, as well as a few tidbits about the assets being distributed. We categorize them accordingly. This is… Pushing Content:

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Daily Links – June 13, 2012

Each business day we post links to our favorite news items related to the digital distribution trade, as well as a few tidbits about the assets being distributed.  We categorize them accordingly.  This is… Pushing Content:

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  • The method to successfully getting your app accepted by Apple.
  • Fantastic infographic on the business impact of the digital revolution.
  • Time magazine has a good piece on the online high school experience.
  • Some great tips here on how (and when) to best implement responsive design.
  • Taking public radio into the digital distribution era.
  • The US Justice Department is investigating if cable companies are unfairly stifling streaming video initiatives…
  • …but hopes for an outcome in favor of the consumer are limited.

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  • The Dallas television series reboot debuted to warm reviews.
  • The showrunner provided some additional details behind the decision to continue the story rather than reboot it.
  • The Diablo III Real-Money Auction launched in the US and is predicted to launch in the EU this Friday.
  • This year’s Tony Awards hit a historically low number of viewers.

Daily Links- June 6, 2012

Each day we post links to our favorite news items related to the digital distribution trade, as well as a few tidbits about the assets being distributed.  We categorize them accordingly.  This is… Pushing Content:

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  • Sony revealed a new line of products and services at this year’s E3 conference including the Wonderbook.  Which, it turns out, looks a lot more mundane than what was presented in the promo video.  Some critics left feeling underwhelmed by Sony’s offerings.
  • Digital music sales are now outpacing physical music sales in the UK.
  • A scientific view into the minds of internet trolls.
  • The Kindle Fire has experienced a sharp drop in sales and is scoring the comparative lowest on tablet device satisfaction surveys.  Perhaps the Kindle Fire is the fruitcake of tablets after all.
  • Netflix invests in an in-house Content Delivery Network (CDN).

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  • Break out the popcorn!  The Nicki Minaj vs. Hot 97 battle continues.
  • In celebration of the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee, The Telegraph published a nice roundup of how technology has changed in the past 60 years.
  • Is Diablo 3, despite record-breaking initial sales figures, less addictive than Diablo 2?  Pretty well laid out argument here.