New York Times Covers PCs In The Living Room
New York Times has a piece on the various struggles to bring the Internet
and the PC into the living room. From
using an HTPC in the basement, a Mac mini in the living room, to an Xbox in the
living room, The New York Times goes mainstream with PC convergence in the
I’m featured in the article using an Xbox to drive my
content into the living room. It’s very
nice to see mainstream media cover the subject, as the two major players
involved haven’t given it a big push.
I talked about Apple
getting advertising right with their first TV spot for Apple TV, however I
haven’t seen the ad in quite a while so I’m not sure what is up with that. Not really the marketing push I was expecting
Apple to give it. Microsoft has done zero
marketing that is worth while on the Media Center platform, leaving the mass of
the market to question what they can do with the technology they already have.