Because I was highly involved in the online content subscription business of Ancestry.com in the late 90s and early 00s, I thought I was pretty smart. When Apple jumped into the music industry with its iPod and iTunes service, I thought they were pretty smart, but I also thought that everyone else ganging up on Apple would cause a big dent in its music business, and that eventually the iPod would go the way of the Mac, and end up with a relatively small market share. I especially thought Steve Jobs was wrong when he said customers wanted to own their own music and not rent it.
Daily Archives: July 1, 2006
Second genealogy post
Okay, so a funny genealogy blogger linked to my last post, so I decided to link to this extremely funny (for genealogists) post about Congress banning same-Soundex marriage.