I found Jonathan Schwartz observations
on network clients to be interesting. It reinforces the points that we made that it is not just about thin clients connected to a centralized server anymore. It is far more important to think of these clients as nodes on the network. This is creating a new topology for information systems and a new logic of the architecture of interactions.
It looks like Motorola has fallen a step behind in hte race for seamless mobility. If Verizon's vcast completes their proposed partnership with YouTube they might be the first to reach a point where video content can be viewed on cellphones, televisions and computers. I think we all suspected that it would happen this way but the answer lies in the service not in a device.
Comcast seems to have missed the concept of Business Networking and is going to go it on their own.
The article is available to WSJ subscribers here