Knowledge Is a Drug?
In this episode, the pundits briefly discuss Apple’s keynote at WWDC 2012, the first-sale doctrine may be in jeopardy and selling some of your equipment may be violating copyright laws, Comcast may be getting a heart and not bowing down to the entertainment industry and their requests for customer account information, and a new startup has the ridiculous idea that your credit score should be based on your social profiles.
Carl T. Ruckus talks about how the lower price of the iPad 2 is keeping it at the same selling pace as the new iPad (iPad 3) and new technology may one day let us travel, by train, from New York to London in an hour.
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