By kevinschmidt on Sep 02, 2009
- NFL forbids play-by-play tweets during games. Good luck with that - Ok, the NFL has to make a statement to appease their rights holders, but seriously, what can they do? "It isn’t the sports writers that the NFL needs to worry about when it comes to play-by-play tweets. They need to worry about the fans in the stands with Twitter apps on their smartphones. They need to worry about the TV viewers who are sharing details of the games with friends who can’t see it (maybe because of the stupid blackout rule.)"
- Is it fair to criticize Google for the Gmail outage? [video] - For the majority of folks, i.e. those that use it as a free service, NO! It is free folks, what SLA have you paid for? For those that are paying as part of Google Apps, sure, you might have reason to complain, but 100 minutes down a year is still 0.9998 uptime. Nearly four 9's isn't bad, and if you were hosting e-mail yourself, what would your uptime be?