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October 20, 2004

Interview with Tivo CEO

Engadget had a good interview with Tivo CEO, Mike Ramsay. He mentioned the corporate focus on receiving more content from broadband sources (via the internet instead of the cable) and mentioned the Netflix/Tivo deal. I agree that there is a lot of content on the Internet that would be handy to have in my living room, beyond the obvious downloading of movies, including movie times, maps and directions, weather, and the yellow pages. JavaHMO is ahead of the curve on this one, particularly when you look at his todo list.

Related Links: Tivo and the Mustard Lesson

(Hat Tip: TivoBlog)

Posted on October 20, 2004

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