Analyst Insights

July 09, 2009TDG

Another Voice in New Media is Lost: Nicholas Givotovsky

For the second time this week, TDG mourns the loss of a friend. Nicholas Givotovsky, 44, tragically passed away this weekend. He is survived by his...

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July 08, 2009TDG

Remembering Neal Page

Earlier this week, the world lost Neal Page, CEO of Inlet Technologies. In memory, we are publishing this contribution he submitted to our project...

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June 30, 2009TDG

The Answer is Yes

We have heard the term Web 2.0 for the past several years. Web 1.0 referred to the technologies that allowed us to leverage a global network to...

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June 25, 2009

Is Canoe the Wrong Approach for Cable?

The news last week that Canoe Ventures is backing away from community addressable advertising comes as a set-back to its stated goal of modernizing...

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June 23, 2009TDG

Networking for Value to the Enterprise

Networking. What a loaded term. Many people have an irrational response when they hear this term. Combine that with the term “social” and the...

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June 22, 2009TDG

Wimbledon on the Web: Smooth HD Comes to US Sports

The sport of tennis is the artful combination of focused strength and finesse. A powerful serve backed by quick reactions and rapid shifts across the...

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June 22, 2009TDG

Frankly My Dear, I Don’t Give a Widget

I keep hearing the word “widget” in my conversations with clients and colleagues. Sure, widgets are all the rage, but what the heck does the word...

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June 15, 2009TDG

VUDU Economics: Boxes are Barriers

One of the most common questions TDG’s clients are asking – what is the right price for a broadband video box? Is it a $99 Roku? A $149 VUDU? A...

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June 15, 2009TDG

Coach Potatoes Thrown for a Loop

One of the problems that has plagued my ability to watch web video on my TV is the mouse. When I’m slumped on my sofa watching video on the new...

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June 15, 2009TDG

5.1 Channel Audio for the Streaming World

Yesterday I paid a visit to Dolby in their beautiful downtown San Francisco building (it’s a converted train station and is really something to see...

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