I am an XM subscriber: 100 Channels, but Where Are the Subscribers?. If Sirius and XM can achieve their subscription goals, satellite radio would be among the most rapidly adopted technologies in the United States. By Alex Markels. [New York Times: Technology]
Antenna System Is Said to Expand Wireless Internet Use. A start-up company plans to announce antenna technology that it says can expand the limits of a popular wireless Internet format. By John Markoff. [New York Times: Technology]
Duke Basketball: Duke beats Team Nike. Freshman forward Shavlik Randolph scored 19 points and senior guard Chris Duhon added a double-double with 10 points and 10 assists as Duke defeated Team Nike, 103-63, in exhibition men’s college basketball action on Monday night in Cameron Indoor Stadium in Durham, N.C. [GoDuke.com]
I watched The Time Machine (2002) last night on DVD. It didn’t get very good reviews, even on IMDB, but I didn’t think it was terrible and it was a nice way to spend a Sunday evening. Just make sure you don’t set your expectations too high.
I visited the Stone Clinic today. Dr. Stone is doing some pioneering research to help patients with osteoarthritis of the knees and those with sports injuries. It’s a very impressive opeartion and I would recommend anyone looking for a good surgeon for knee/elbow injuries or arthritis to check out their web site.
Finally we can put this case behind us: Judge Backs Terms of U.S. Settlement in Microsoft Case. A federal judge approved Microsoft’s antitrust settlement with the Justice Department and rejected virtually all of the stiffer sanctions sought by nine states. By Amy Harmon. [New York Times: NYT HomePage]