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March 10, 2008

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Marcus Fischer

Love your writing , following you for awhile since your RealMoney days. Anyway, below is a very cool Lost mashup with Google Maps I am a Lost addict as well.

http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?msa=0msid=114522990414940810850.000443661057ca9cd1ed7

Bart

Cody - I did the exact same thing with Lost. I had never watched it until about 2 months ago. I watched the first 3 seasons on DVD. I bought the first episode of the 4th Season on itunes and the quality was below average, not to mention the file is 502mb. ABC has full episodes in HD on their website so I watched the next 5 or so to get caught up. The quality was great, much better than itunes.

I agree with you that media storage is going to be a huge growth area, but I am starting to think that it is going to come in the form of web based storage instead of actual hardware in our house. We aren't quite ready yet because of on the go accessibility problems, but as wireless access becomes more integrated with peripheral devices I think web based storage will be the new trend. This will be another market cornered by Google. Like you said yesterday on HH we should be jumping up and down to buy G right now at 430 (unfortunately I am just a poor law student and can't afford it.) Am I crazy?

Nathania

It's all about the cloud! Google will likely take dominance in this field as well, but Microsoft is going for it, or so they said at Mix 08 last week.

Still, how do you even keep up with all of the things you're storing digitally?

Cody

I totally scared him! LOL nice Lost reference

Jason Unger

Mike Workman ... any relation to Roger Workman? (Gotta tie in the Lost references somehow.)

PS - nice jump on Google today. I think you scared the guy sitting next to you.

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  • Cody Willard is the general manager of CL Willard Capital. Find him at TheStreet.com, the Financial Times, on TV, or even playing that rock n' roll.

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