Popcorn Hour was already a pretty nifty set-top box for Web-streamed TV and movie content, but its makers say it was a mere beta product. Now they've outed the Popbox, and it's a Netflix-capable set-top-box done right.
Nobody is really sure of where video is going online (in terms of business strategies), but everybody sees and understands the yearly 50% increase of UGV consumption. I've created this blog to throw ideas about the actual situation of video distribution, and talk about possible opportunities.
I mentioned Trent Reznor's online strategies before, but I am glad to see Nine Inch Nails album Ghosts I-IV perform well -- $1.6 million in the first week of sale. Reznor is expanding the online nature of the album by starting a film-festival of user-generated material on YouTube.